Self Image Profile for Adults

SIP-Adult
  • Richard J. Butler
  • Sarah L Gasson
Self Image Profile for Adults (SIP-Adult) helps quickly assess self image and self esteem in adults

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  • SIP-Adult Manual
    9780749134969 Qualification Level B

    In Stock/VAT included (where applicable) £50.00

  • SIP-Adult Complete Kit
    9780749134952 Qualification Level B

    Includes Manual and Pack of 25 Record Forms

    In Stock/VAT included (where applicable) £113.37

  • SIP-Adult Record Forms
    9780749134976 Qualification Level B

    Pack of 25

    In Stock/VAT included (where applicable) £75.60

Overview

Publication date:
2004
Age range:
17 years to 65 years
Qualification level:
B
Completion time:
Individual or group - 7 to 15 minutes

Product Details

SIP-Adult is a brief self report measures that taps the individual's theory of self.

Features

  • Provides an extension to the child (SIP-C: 7-11 years) and adolescent (SIP-A: 12-16 years) profiles, having a similar structure and format
  • Consists of 32 items rated by the respondent in terms of both how they think of themselves and how they would like to be
  • Provides a visual display of self image, enabling the individual, as they complete it, to reveal to him/ herself, as well as to the clinician, ways they construe themselves
  • Provides a measure of Self Esteem, which is calculated by the discrepancy between ratings of 'How I am' and 'How I would like to be'

Benefits

  • Identifies both self image and self esteem
  • Items are short well-known descriptions, based on frequently elicited accounts of self derived from a large sample of adults
  • Easy and quick to administer and score
  • UK norms, based on samples drawn from across the UK
  • May be used as a screening instrument where a quick assessment of self is required
  • Identifies where people wish to change and therefore offers therapeutic avenues
  • Can be used in research to gather an estimate of self image and self esteem, in clinical practice to identify aspects the person wishes to change, or employed wherever an estimate of an individual’s self construing is considered appropriate
  • Easy to administer and can be employed by Psychologists, Mental Health Workers, Counsellors and Specialists working with adults in a variety of situations