Take a self-assessment test and see where you are. Keep in mind these assessments are not a substitute for a professional diagnosis. Results should be shared with your healthcare provider or EAP professional.
Taking a depression-screening test is one of the quickest and easiest ways to determine whether you are experiencing symptoms of clinical depression. The depression-screening test on this site is completely anonymous and confidential.
Anxiety is a normal part of living. It’s a biological reaction—the body’s way of telling us something isn’t right. It keeps us from harm’s way and prepares us to act quickly in the face of danger. But if your anxiety becomes overwhelming and persistent, or if it interferes with your regular daily activities, or even makes them impossible, you may have an anxiety disorder.
Eating disorders are a serious mental illness. This self-assessment is a tool to help you decide if you are at risk for an eating disorder.
If you feel you are in danger, you can review the various forms of abuse: physical, emotional, psychological and sexual.
Are you concerned about your use — or abuse — of drugs? Are you concerned about someone else? This simple 20-question self-assessment may help you to identify if your drug use is a problem or if a friend or family member may have a problem.
Are you concerned about the role alcohol plays in your life? With 26 questions, this simple self-assessment is intended to help you determine if you or someone you know needs to find out more about alcoholism.
Problem gambling is a disorder very similar to other compulsive behaviors. It involves an inability to control your impulse to bet and can affect many areas of your life, including your personal and work life. It can also cause financial and legal problems.