The Stress Tolerance CSI is offered by PaQS as a stress awareness self-management tool to assist people to be more aware of their stress and how to avoid it. Developing stress tolerance will assist people to live happier, more fullfilled and safer lives.

The CSI is PaQS' contribution to helping people to be more stress tolerant and safety aware.

Your responses and report are displayed on your screen only and are not sent, saved or recorded anywhere.

Please feel free to forward the Stress Tolerance CSI to any of your family, colleagues or friends at www.paqs.com.au

The CSI is copyrighted and should not be copied, sold or used for any other purpose without PaQS written permission.


Complete the Survey below for immediate feedback of your current levels of satisfaction and stress in your life.

Also included are useful tips and ideas on how to better manage your primary stressors.

Before you complete your CSI - take a moment to consider the various aspects of your life that are listed below. Rate according to:

  • Level of happiness and satisfaction
  • The amount of stress in this area of your life.

Please note the CSI is a simple guideline, it is your view of what you believe and how you feel. It is for your reference only and should not be used as professional advice on its own. Where stress is severe or prolonged, consultation with a psychologist, counsellor or your doctor is recommended.

If you would like a printed report please use your browsers print feature while your results are on screen. Your results are not saved when you exit the program and cannot be retrieved.


 
Current level of
Happiness / Satisfaction
         
Employment (Education)
VERY LOW
LOW
HIGH
VERY HIGH
Your current employment (student) status
Dealing with co-workers (fellow students)
Manager's expectations (teacher's expectations)
Daily workload
Having enough energy to do your work
         
Relationships
       
Partner or significant other
Your children
Close family
Extended family
Friends
         
Yourself        
General physical health
Physical appearance and weight
Personal accomplishments
Finances
Having enough time to get everything done
         

 

 
 
Current level of
Stress
         
Employment
VERY LOW
LOW
HIGH
VERY HIGH
Your current employment (student) status
Dealing with co-workers (fellow students)
Manager's expectations (teacher's expectations)
Daily workload
Having enough energy to do your work
         
Relationships
       
Partner or significant other
Your children
Close family
Extended family
Friends
         
Yourself        
General physical health
Physical appearance and weight
Personal accomplishments
Finances
Having enough time to get everything done