Joni Lownsdale

Location: Rockford, Illinois, USA
Website: http://t.co/t034h40LBp


How Does QPASS Work? We have an extensive website that attempts to communicate the answer to that question and a lot more, (www.qpasslive.com) but I will attempt a more succinct answer here. QPASS is a professional self-report measure of the severity of depression, anxiety, anger, and related constructs. Currently QPASS is only available as a paper version and can be ordered with the accompanying manual from QPASSLive.com. A web version QPASS is in beta testing. QPASS contains 105 items that the client rates on a 5-point Likert scale ranging from 0 (not at all) to 4 (extremely). Qpass takes only about 10 minutes to complete. Other Features In addition to depression, anxiety, and anger, Qpass measures * Global Psychopathology * Psychoticism * Obsessive-Compulsivity * Phobic Avoidant Behavior * Suicide Risk * Violence Risk * 14 subscales for depression, anxiety, and anger. When the client finishes filling out the 105 item protocol, the examiner uses one of the reproducible (photocopiable) scoring sheets from the manual, adds up the score and has a score of anger, depression, anxiety, GPI and a list of other behaviors (red flag items, we call them) that a therapist would want to be aware of–things like violence tendencies, overeating, self-harm, substance abuse–just to name a few. this takes about 3 minutes. There are additional reproducible scoring sheets available for the subscales included in the manual. Pricing is available on our order page at www.QPASSLive.com Psychometric data and lots more information is available on our website, www.qpasslive.com. Questions? Email me at Support@QPASSLive.com. Thanks for your interest in QPASS.