Hope Scale: Take the Hope Scale:Hope Scale Instructions and Goal Scale revised 1-7-09.doc Answer the following questions after taking the Hope Scale. What did you learn about yourself? What areas have you identified for self-improvement? What is your plan and goals for change? Select either the “Autonomy” assessment or the “Personal Growth Initiative Scale (PGIS) . Autonomy self-assessment: What did you learn about yourself? Are there areas that you want to address? What is your plan and goals for change? Take the Autonomy self-assessment found in the Bolt and Dunn text Pursuing Human Strengths. Answer the following questions after taking the Autonomy assessment. Autonomy self assessment 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 not all true somewhat true very true 1 i feel like i am free to decide for mys4lf how to live my life 2.I feel pressured in my life 3. I generally feel free to express my ideas and opinions. 4. In my daily life, I frequently have to do what I am told. 5. People I interact with on a daily basis tend to take my feelings into consideration. 6. I feel like I can pretty much be myself in my daily situations. 7. There is not much opportunity for me to decide for myself how to do things in my daily life.
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