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10. Has your relative upsetfamily occasions?11. Does your relative fail tojoin in family activities?12. Has your relative beenlate or unreliable?13. Are you worried thatyour relative’s ability towork or study has beenaffected by thedrinking/drug use?3 of 4
14. Are you worried thatyour relative’s physicalhealth has been affected bythe drinking/drug use?15. Are you worried thatyour relative has neglectedhis/her appearance or self-care?16. Are you worried thatyour relative’s mental stateis becoming affected by thedrinking/drug use?4 of 4
SYMPTOM RATING TEST30 itemsSource: Kellner, R. and Sheffield, B. (1973). A self-rating scale of distress,Psychological Medicine, 3, 88-100.1 of 4
SYMPTOM RATING TEST30 itemsSCORING KEYScore each item:Never=0Sometimes=1Often=2For TOTAL SYMPTOMS, sum all 30 itemsFor PSYCHOLOGICAL SYMPTOMS, sum the following 18 items: 3, 5, 8, 9, 10, 12,13, 15, 17, 18, 19, 20, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 28For PHYSICAL SYMPTOMS, sum the following 12 items: 1, 2, 4, 6, 7, 11, 14, 16,21, 27, 29, 302 of 4
How frequently have you experienced each of the following symptoms in the last 3months? Please tick one answer to each questionNeverSometimesOften1. Feeling dizzy or faint2. Feeling tired or lack of energy3. Feeling nervous4. Feeling pressure or tightness inthe head5. Feeling scared or frightened6. Poor appetite7. Heart beating quickly or stronglywithout reason (throbbing orpounding)8. Feeling that there was no hope9. Restless or jumpy10. Poor memory11. Chest pains or breathingdifficulties or feeling of not havingenough air12. Feeling guilty13. Worrying14. Muscle pains, aches orrheumatism15. Feeling that people look downon you or think badly of you16. Trembling or shaking17. Difficulty in thinking clearly ordifficulty in making up your mind18. Feeling unworthy or a failure19. Feeling tense or ‘wound up’3 of 4
20. Feeling inferior to other people21. Parts of your body feel numb ortingling22. Irritable23. Thoughts that you cannot pushout of your mind24. Lost interest in most things25. Unhappy or depressed26. Attacks of panic27. Parts of the body feel weak28. Cannot concentrate29. It takes a long time to fall asleep,or restless sleep, or nightmares30. Awakening early and not beingable to fall asleep again4 of 4
HOPEFULNESS-HOPELESSNESS QUESTIONNAIRE10-item formOriginal Source: Micallef, P.D. (1995). Families of illicit drug users. Doctor ofClinical Psychology Thesis, University of BirminghamCopyright: Alcohol, Drugs and the Family Group, Universities of Birminghamand Bath; Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Trust; Avon andWiltshire Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust1 of 3
HOPEFULNESS-HOPELESSNESS SCALE10-item formSCORING KEYScore items as follows:ItemsItems1, 5, 8, 9, 102, 3, 4, 6, 7Strongly agree=51Agree=42Don’t know=33Disagree=24Strongly disagree=15For TOTAL HOPE score, sum all 10 items2 of 3
How do you feel about the future now? Please tick one answer to each questionStronglyagreeAgreeDon’tknowDisagreeStronglydisagree1. I am now startingto anticipate a newfuture2. I’m fearful about
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