Assessment Testimonies

 

Rev. Gregory M Griffin

Rev. Greg Griffin

Life is hard at times, and no one gets a pass. In those hard times, we may become broken in spirit, and find we need help, hope, and healing. Where we turn in our search for what we need will ultimately determine how those life experiences will shape our thoughts and feelings about who we are. As a solution-oriented pastoral counselor, I am always looking for tools to help clients find the way out of sorrow or woundedness (self-inflicted or other inflicted) to a place of restoration. As I have become acquainted with the Quality of Life Assessment, I can visualize how this simple and scientific tool will capably serve those who use it. This assessment is a powerful way to not only help someone learn more about themselves but more importantly, create an energizing plan of hope to move to a place of greater emotional and spiritual peace in their everyday living.  Because this assessment is designed in such a way to measure physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual wellbeing, I recommend it without reservation for widespread settings in private, corporate, social service, and general population sectors.     Rev. Gregory M Griffin, MA Licensed Pastoral Counselor

 

 

Dr. Doug Huber

Dr. Doug Huber

 

The assessment is very well designed, both active duty, and veterans currently working in law enforcement, firefighting, EMT, etc. The report from the assessment closely matched my own sentiments but expressed them in greater detail and definition. I am familiar with a similar study enjoying a high degree of acceptance among the psychotherapy community, namely the MMPI, and find the QOLA much better suited for those who have experienced trauma.

Dr. Doug Huber, M.D. Army Captain Former Commander,  American Legion Post 140, Buckhead, Georgia

 

 

                                                        

 

Dave Orman

 

Army Veteran and first Responder Dave Orman

 

 

The assessment was well-written and easy to take. It really helped me to understand myself better. Since I left the military I have worked as a paramedic, a nurse, and as a firefighter. This assessment will be a great help to those with differential diagnoses of PTSD. I am very proud to serve my country and community.

Dave Orman, Medic, Army Ranger Sgt., 101st Airborne Eagle Dust-off

 

 

W. John Fedack

John F. FedackWhen I took the assessment I was sure of two things.  I would not see much stress in my life (after all it was 30 years ago I was a cop) and therefore I would not need any follow up.  I was wrong on both counts.  After taking the assessment I recognized I did have bad dreams, many sleepless nights and just felt ‘bad’ some of the time. Also, there are days my wife and kids want me to go the neighborhood pool but I stay home because I feel so jumpy. The score clearly showed me there were issues from so many years ago still haunting me.  I am now a believer.  ALL police and first responders should have access to this wonderful tool.   We owe it to them.

 

W. John Fedack, Detective Sergeant and Uniform Patrolman

 

Dr. Harry Wetzler

 

Dr. Harry Wetzler

 “Quality of life has a number of dimensions including mental and physical health, social interactions, spirituality, and stress. Many instruments have been developed to assess these dimensions, but we know of no other assessment, aside from Life Renewed™ Quality of Life Assessment™ that combines all these dimensions in one profile.”

Dr. Harry Wetzler, M.D., Outcomes Measurement Specialist, Retired Air Force Colonel