Well-Being Assessment Tool

Do you find joy in the everyday moments of your life? Are you content with the work you have accomplished thus far? Do you feel a sense of satisfaction with your lifestyle and the impression you make on others? Alternatively, do you find yourself affected by the opinions and comments of others regarding your life? To evaluate your psychological well-being, consider using this well-being assessment tool.

What is Well-being?

Psychological Well-Being (PWB) is a core feature of mental health that refers to positive mental states, that may be defined as including hedonic (enjoyment, pleasure), eudaimonic (meaning, fulfillment) happiness, as well as resilience (coping, emotion regulation, healthy problem solving).

Subjective psychological well-being is an essential factor for human beings to achieve optimal performance, which is also associated with high levels of overall well-being. Many studies have discovered that people with higher psychological well-being are more likely to live healthier and longer lives and also enjoy a better quality of life.

Psychological well-being can be achieved through-

  • Self-acceptance,
  • Positive relationships with others,
  • Sense of autonomy,
  • Adequate mastery of the environment,
  • A feeling of purpose and meaning in life,
  • Dynamicity in personal growth and development.

Instructions For Taking Well-being Assessment Tool

Below is a list of items that relate to an individual’s overall well-being. Please read each item carefully, and select the option that are relevant to your psychological well-being.

Please note: This test is a self-assessment.

No. of questions – 15