Beck Hopelessness ScaleBHS
- Beck Hopelessness Scale® measures negative attitudes about the future. Responding to the 20 true or false items on the (BHS®), patients can either endorse a pessimistic statement or deny an optimistic statement. Guidance on using this test in your telepractice
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BHS Manual9780158133614 Qualification Level B
BHS Complete Kit9780158133607 Qualification Level B
Includes Manual and 25 Record Forms
BHS Record Forms9780158133621 Qualification Level B
Pack of 25
BHS Q-global Interpretative Report one-year Scoring Subscription9780749170899 Qualification Level B
BHS Q-global Interpretive Report9780749166069 Qualification Level B
- Scoring Options:
Manual Scoring or Q-global™ Scoring & Reporting
- Publication date:
- 1988, 1993
- Age range:
- 17-80 (recommended)
- Qualification level:
- Completion time:
- 5 to 10 minutes; self-administered or verbally by a trained administrator
- Guidance on using this test in your telepractice
Research supports a positive relationship between BHS scores and measures of depression, suicidal intent, and ideation.
Use this powerful predictor of eventual suicide to help measure three major aspects of hopelessness: feelings about the future, loss of motivation, and expectations.
Interpretive reports provide useful information such as the client's demographics, an interpretation of the client's raw and T scores, a brief, and a list of items endorsements.
Progress reports help monitor a client's progress over time. It graphically displays changes in the client's scores.