Did you know?? There is now a shorter questionnaire you can use to measure your clients’ change in eating self-efficacy. The 8-item Eating Self-Efficacy Brief Scale (ESEBS) is a valid and reliable instrument that can replace the 25-item ESES to assess eating self-efficacy related to social and emotional situations.
Either scale is recommended for measuring outcomes with your clients who have attended a Craving Change workshop or for whom you’ve used cognitive-behavioral techniques or tools. We are always keen to hear about what you’ve learned if you have measured your clients’ eating self-efficacy. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to share your results.