The Ryff Scales of Psychological Well-Being is a theoretically grounded instrument that specifically focuses on measuring multiple facets of psychological well-being. These facets include the following: self-acceptance, the establishment of quality ties to other, a sense of autonomy in thought and action, the ability to manage complex environments to suit personal needs and values, the pursuit of meaningful goals and a sense of purpose in life, continued growth and development as a person. The test does not measure a clinical diagnosis.
Please read each sentence and circle the number that best describes the extent to which you agree with each statement below. There are no right or wrong answers. Don’t spend too much time on each sentence.