What Are Resilience Assessments?
A resilience assessment, also known as scale, assesses the key dimensions of resilience. A resilience test can explain a person’s capacity to advance despite adversity.
Our assessments can be used to identify attributes and scores related to resilience. Each tool measures resilience using different indicators and domains.
Why Is It Important To Measure Resilience?
The global cost of mental illness is predicted to triple by 2030. Resilience has been demonstrated to improve an individual’s mental health. Assessing an individual’s level of resilience is critical in identifying areas of resilience that they can improve on, as well as improve their quality of life.
Resilience Assessment Tools
Depression Anxiety & Stress Scale Test (DASS 21)
The DASS test is a widely-used 21 question psychometric test to check for the severity of symptoms of depression, anxiety and stress. The assessment expands each of these three into individual symptoms and helps people explore their particular experiences.