The Emotional Processing Scale – Wellbeing (EPS-W) has been created for use in coaching and development across all organizational levels, or as part of a corporate wellbeing intervention.Those looking to use the EPS clinically should please visit this page.
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The EPS-W presents individuals with 25 statements and asks them to rate how much each statement applies to the way they felt or acted during the past week in order to identify vulnerabilities to stress, improving wellbeing, and build resilience in the workplace.
The EPS-W Technical Report and Personal Insight Report have been created to help occupational psychologists and employees understand and enhance the way in which they handle emotions and specific situations.
The results can be used to:
The EPS-W can provide useful insights into how individuals and teams manage change, transitions, and challenges in roles. Some example areas of application include:
Our online testing is available through the Hogrefe Testsystem (HTS) – click here for an overview.
HTS access is via a subscription model, where users pay an annual fee for periodic maintenance and upgrades to new features. This fee is being waived through 2023, as we invite you to become familiar with HTS for your assessment needs.
To create an account on HTS contact us by email or phone (978-255-3700).
When ordering test materials for the first time, we request that you provide documentation indicating you have the requisite qualifications or experience to administer psychological tests. Please download and complete the Qualification for Test Purchase.
Users of the EPS-W will require both the EPS Manual and the Guide to Interpretation and Feedback. These are available as a digital combined package from this page. Alternatively, the EPS Manual is available to purchase separately here in both print and digital formats.
The EPS-W uses the same items and scoring process as the original EPS. Both internal consistency and split-half reliability coefficients are outlined in the manual for five datasets, including the overall healthy norm group. All coefficients are more than sufficient to represent strong reliability of the test.
The EPS has been validated against existing assessment scales showing meaningful relationships with the regulation of emotions.
US Working Population (N=768)
The questionnaire is untimed and takes approximately 5-10 minutes to complete.