MAWASI - Revised

Report for

Client:

Overview

The Money and Work Adaptive Styles Index (MAWASI ©) is designed to assist in the assessment of troublesome money and work issues which may indicate the presence of a financial and/or work addiction. Developed by Bonnie Dendooven to help others assess issues surrounding money and work, this instrument is grounded in theories of addiction, attachment, neuromarketing, and behavioral economics. The MAWASI provides a profile of responses which help to discriminate between addictive and non-addictive behavior.

Demographic Summary

Client Results For:

The client reports the following demographic data:

Country:

Age:

Gender:

Gender Identity Scale:
(1 = male, 7 = female)

Race:

Relationship Status:

Biological Children:

Step Children:

Adopted Children:

Sexual Orientation:

Homosexual – Heterosexual Scale:
(1 = Homosexual, 7 = Heterosexual)

Highest Level of Education Completed:

Employment status :

Current Annual Income :

Present Occupation:

Present Religious or Spiritual Preference:

Daily importance of religion or spirituality :
(1 = Not important, 7 = Very Important)

Consequences

Summary for Disturbance in Each Domain of Money

 

Client Results Summary

Features the items which are selected True by the client.

Green text indicates a score in the low range for the category.

Yellow text indicates a score in the moderate range for the category.

Red text indicates a score in the high range for the category.

Consequences

Summary for Disturbance in Each Domain of Work

 

Client Results Summary

Features the items which are selected True by the client.

Client Has answered false as Business owner
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