Psychological flexibility refers to an individual’s ability to adapt and respond effectively to different situations and challenges in life. It involves being open to new experiences, being able to shift perspectives and change behaviors as needed, and being able to tolerate and manage difficult emotions and thoughts. Psychological flexibility is considered to be an important aspect of mental health and well-being. It allows individuals to respond to life’s demands and challenges in a flexible and adaptable manner, rather than being rigid or inflexible. This can help individuals to achieve their goals, build resilience, and maintain positive relationships. This questionnaire is used to assess an individual’s level of psychological flexibility and to track changes in psychological flexibility over time.
Gloster et al., Psy-Flex: A contextually sensitive measure of psychological flexibility, Journal of Contextual Behavioral Science, 22, 13-23.