The QOLI positive psychology test is well-suited for planning, evaluating, and tracking medical and psychological treatment and patient progress in clinical settings.
- Build motivation for treatment and yield a blueprint for a balanced, drug-free lifestyle in substance abuse/chemical dependency programs.
- Measure assets, strengths, and problems in a non-pathological way in personal growth counseling and employee assistance programs.
- Measure “successful aging” in gerontology settings.
- Predict future job satisfaction and productivity in career counseling.
- Measure treatment outcomes for a wide array of physical and psychological disorders in research and quality assurance programs.
The QOLI assessment can help laypeople, clients and professionals by its key features.
- Evidence-based and empirically validated, according to Marty Seligman (2011, 2014).
- Identifies “real life” issues to help clinicians develop relevant treatment plans and predict future health problems.
- Provides a positive mental health picture that can help increase the likelihood of successful treatment outcomes.
- Normative data based on 798 nonclinical adults sampled from 12 states from the Northeast, the South, the Midwest, and the West.
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