The following questions help determine if emotional regulation might impact your quality of life. The Emotional Regulation Self-Report can also help you establish a baseline measurement of how much your emotional dysregulation affects you today. For each question, please indicate how often the following statements apply. After answering all the questions, you will receive an email with the results based on the answers you provided. Even though this assessment can be used by professionals for diagnostic purposes, this self-report does not diagnose any (mental) health condition.
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