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The Quality of Life Inventory (QOLI) is an evidence-based positive psychology assessment. It is a measure of satisfaction with life specifically suited for use in well-being assessments and/or interventions. More specifically, it is used to assess well-being, individually tailor interventions to the particular needs of clients, assess progress and outcome, fine-tune treatment, and assess the risk of a well-being or unhappiness “relapse.”

The QOLI consists of the “Sweet 16” areas or domains of life that have been empirically associated with overall satisfaction and happiness cultures around the world. Respondents rate how important each of the 16 domains is to their overall happiness and satisfaction (0 = not at all important, 1 = important, 2 = very important) followed by rating of how satisfied they are ...

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