Measuring the effectiveness of the intervention (using WHO-5 Wellbeing index)

At Wellness Space, we make an attempt to quantify the effect of the intervention. One such example is the use of WHO-5 Wellbeing Index (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25831962), a commonly used and simple tool.

Our data (of 11 individuals who completed 4 sessions and also completed the WHO-5 survey before the first and after the fourth session) is captured in the visual. Score below 52% shows “poor wellbeing” (ideally requiring an evaluation for depression). The average score moved up from 32% (Before) to 63% (After) showing significant enhancement in the individuals’ wellbeing. In 10 out of 11 individuals the score went up (the person whose score went down had a score of 84% before and 76% after )

For further information or to set up an appointment, you can write to info@wellness-space.net

Gunjan Y Trivedi

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