This article is a clinical research article based mainly on the authors psychotherapy practice. It updates and shortens the Friedman Life Balance Scale (FLBS) and Subscales, the Friedman Spiritual Awakening Scale (FSAS) and Subscales and the Friedman Mini- 5 Factor Scale or FM5FS (that includes an emotional stability subscale) first introduced in the Jan. 2018 issue of IJHC. The article demonstrates how to use the FLBS and subscales, the FSAS and subscales and the Friedman Mini- 5 Factor Scale to track change over time during psychotherapy, session by session. It also demonstrates the trajectories of change, session by session, in the first 3 clients who completed 15 therapy sessions with these scales and a number of other scales of well-being, affect, stress symptoms, depression, anxiety and obsessing. Finally, it demonstrates how to use client feedback and perceived helpfulness within an integrated evidence-based psychotherapy approach to tracking change.
Key words: Friedman Life Balance Scale (FLBS); Friedman Spiritual Awakening Scale (FSAS), Friedman Mini 5 Factor Scale (FM5FS), Well-Being, Emotional Stability, Tracking Change, Evidence Based Approach, Self-forgiveness, Self-Compassion, Forgiveness, Integrative Psychotherapy