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Self-report measures are assessments in which people can directly report how they perceive their symptoms, behaviors, attitudes, beliefs, and feelings. These measures rely on the person’s responses and provide mental health professionals with greater insight into the respondents’ symptoms, internal experiences, and/or behaviors.

As treatment continues, self-reporting tools are an excellent way for professionals to track their client’s progress, determine how well certain therapies are working, and assess whether additional or alternate treatment methods are necessary.

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