Valued Living Questionnaire (VLQ)

1.    Family (other than marriage or parenting)
2.    Marriage/couples/intimate relations
3.    Parenting
4.    Friends/social life
5.    Work
6.    Education/training
7.    Recreation/fun
8.    Spirituality
9.    Citizenship/Community Life
10.Physical self-care (diet‚ exercise‚ sleep)
 
“importance” and “consistency”
 
“Importance”
Rate each area according to your own personal sense of importance
1 “not at all important” to 10 “extremely important”
“Consistency”
1 “not at all consistent with my value” to 10 “completely consistent with my value”
 
 

Wilson‚ K. G. & Murrell‚ A. R. (2004). Values work in acceptance and commitment therapy: Setting a course for behavioral treatment. In S. C. Hayes‚ V. M. Follette‚ & M. M. Linehan (Eds.)‚ Mindfulness and acceptance: Expanding the cognitive behavioral tradition (pp. 120-151). New York‚ NY: Guilford Press.

Wilson‚ K. G.‚ Sandoz‚ E. K.‚ Kitchens‚ J.‚ & Roberts‚ M. E. (2010). The Valued Living Questionnaire: Defining and measuring valued action within a behavioral framework. The Psychological Record‚ 60‚ 249-272.