Psycho-Social Checklist

-, 2004. Psycho-Social Checklist. Reformulation, Autumn, p.28.


The social and political circumstances of our lives can have as much, if not more, influence on how we feel as our own individual histories and experiences. It can sometimes help us make sense of how we feel if we understand and recognise the effects of social and political forces in our own lives.

Please tick the boxes that you feel apply to you:

Aspects of myself or my life that I feel unhappy about, disadvantaged by or in which I feel 'different' from other people.


  Applies Strongly Applies Does not Apply Comments
1. Mental Health Issues        
2. Ethnicity        
3. Class (eg. money / status / job)        
4.Housing problems and homelessness        
5. Education        
6. Religion        
7. Culture        
8. Being female / being male        
9. Sexual orientation        
10. Physical disabilities        
11. Ill Health        
12. Marital / family situation        
13. Age        
14. The Law        
15. Nationality        
16. Politics        
Other - please specify        

 

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