Features of the BIS
Purpose: Measure awareness of internal and external bodily sensations that support comfort, health, and overall well-being.
Length: 18 items
Average completion time: 8-10 minutes
Administration: For individual or group administration
Uses of the BIS
- Clinical evaluation of comfort and trauma within the body (C-BAS) , ability to notice changes in bodily sensations (I-BAS) and sensitivity to energy changes both within the body and in response to others and the environment (E-BAS)
- Psychological and health research generally
- Clinical trials with individuals with a history of trauma and abuse, weight-management challenges, or physical illnesses aggravated by stress, such as asthma, autoimmune diseases, chronic fatigue, chronic pain, diabetes mellitus, hypertension, fibromyalgia, and migraine headaches
- Enhancement of higher levels of body awareness for healthy individuals who wish to improve overall well-being
Comfort Body Awareness Scale (C-BAS)
Measures feelings of comfort with one's body and a sense of well-being in the world.
Inner Body Awareness Scale (I-BAS)
Measures awareness of minor changes within the body and the relationship of these sensations to health and well-being.
Energy Body Awareness Scale (E-BAS)
Measures awareness of energy within the body and around the body, including energy changes in response to others and the environment.
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Abuse Risk Inventory for Women
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Adjective Check List
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Enright Forgiveness Inventory
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Health & Daily Living Form
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Personality Adjective Check List
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Psychotherapy Outcome Kit
Designed to meet the increasing expectations of managed mental health care (MMHC) and health care reform.
State-Trait Anxiety Inventory for Adults™
The STAI Form Y is the definitive instrument for measuring anxiety in adults. It clearly differentiates between the temporary condition of “state anxiety” and the more general and long-standing quality of “trait anxiety”.
State-Trait Personality Inventory
A self-administered questionnaire designed to measure transitory and dispositional anger, anxiety, curiosity, and depression in adults.
Wellness Evaluation of Lifestyle
Helps respondents make healthy lifestyle choices based on their responses to each of the five life tasks and subtasks defined in the Wheel of Wellness. The life tasks of spirituality, self-direction, work & leisure, friendship, and love interact with a variety of life forces and global events.