Schema Therapy Resource Material

Computer scoring programme for YSQ-R (Young Schema Questionnaire-Rasch version)

The first link contains a word version of the 116 item YSQ-R. This was constructed following a Rasch analysis of  a sample of 838 participants (Yalcin, Marais, Lee & Correia, 2021). Also below is a link to an Excel based scoring programme for the YSQ-R. The responses to the questionnaire are scored using multiple formats to consider extreme scores, average scores or average of the 4, 5 or 6 responses.  In the programme, graphs are created which enables both the clinician and/or the client to see which Schemas are most relevant to them.

Download word version of YSQ-R.

Download the computer scoring programme for the YSQ-R

Computer scoring programme for the Schema Mode Inventory (SMI)

By clicking the link below you have access to an Excel based scoring programme for the SMI.  The responses to the questionnaire are scored and compared to normative data of people who have no formal diagnosis, those that have a diagnosis of a symptom disorder and those that have a diagnosis of a personality disorder.   In the programme, graphs are created which enables both the clinician and / or the  client to see which are the most helpful and problematic modes and how severe they are compared to other people.

Download the scoring programme for the SMI

Computer scoring programme for the Young Schema Questionnaire long version (YSQ-L3)

By clicking the link below you have access to an Excel based scoring programme for the YSQ.  The responses to the questionnaire is scored using multiple formats to consider extreme scores, average scores or average of the 4, 5 or 6 responses.  In the programme, graphs are created which enables both the clinician and / or the client to see which Schemas are most relevant to them.

Download the instructions for using the YSQ-L3 scoring programme.

Download the computer scoring programme for the YSQ-L3

Yalcin, O., Marais, I., Lee, C., & Correia, H. (2021). Revisions to the Young Schema Questionnaire using Rasch analysis: the YSQ-R. Australian Psychologist, 1-13. doi:10.1080/00050067.2021.1979885