Beck patient assessments and inventories are standardized tools that allow healthcare professionals to measure patient needs and progress. Residential program participants take the Beck Depression Inventory®-II and Beck Anxiety Inventory® to measure severity of depression symptoms and anxiety severity and level, respectively. Program psychological assessments are given an intake into the residential program and on the final full day, following a pre-test-post-test model of evaluation.
Everyone who attends our residential program takes thorough psychological testing to evaluate current mental health and most appropriate interventions. At the end of each program, we compile the anonymous results to show how scores change in just 10 days. See for yourself the significant improvement in both depression and anxiety that happen during the residential program.
As a program average, the Beck Depression scores were severe before the program. The after scores showed a 24.5 point improvement with the average being at no depression.
11 out of 18 patients came to the program with severe depression, 8 out of those 11 left with no clinical depression at all.