The Treatment Effect Assessment (TEA) (Ling, 2009) is a 4-item self-administered assessment used to assess patient progress in treatment and recovery. It uses a Likert scale (1-10) to document the patient's sense of what is important within four domains established by prior research: substance use, health (physical or emotional), lifestyle (e.g. housing/living situation, family, employment, relationships), and community (e.g. obeying laws, responsible member of society).
Health Cognitions & QOL