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Mental Health Screening

Take this test to get answers to few of your questions related to your mental health. Do not forget to read the disclaimer.

Disclaimers

This is not a diagnosis tool. Only a health or mental health professional can make a diagnosis of any mental illness. An accurate diagnosis for any psychiatric disorders can only be made by a physician or qualified mental health professional after a complete evaluation, including a physical exam, to rule out any other medical illnesses or conditions that may be accounting for the symptoms.” (Only a mental health professional can make a real diagnostic determination.)”
This screening is not meant to be a diagnosis. Diagnosis and care of mental health conditions can be difficult. For example, having symptoms of depression is different from having depression. In addition, symptoms of depression can be caused by other mental health conditions, such as bipolar disorder, or other health problems, like a thyroid disorder. A trained professional, such as a doctor or a mental health specialist, can make this determination and find the right support which can help you restore your mental health.

Why screening?

Keep screening yourself time and again. Remember screening is a great tool in staying well. Feel free to come back in a week or two and screen yourself again. Screening is an effective way to check in the status of one’s mental health. It also helps to learn and remember the symptoms so that you can recognize it later on or in someone else. It helps to understand the issue.
Who should take what? The Depression Test is for individuals who are feeling an overwhelming sadness. The Anxiety Test is for those who feel that worry and fear are affecting their ability to function on daily basis. The Bipolar Test is for individuals who have mood swings – or unusual or extreme shifts in mood and energy. The PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) Test is for those who are bothered by a traumatic life event. The Schizophrenia Test is for young people (age 12-35) who feel like their brain is playing tricks on them (seeing, hearing or believing things that do not seem real or quite right).
The OCD Test is for people who experience unwanted thoughts, images, or urges that trigger distress or repetitive behaviours or thoughts that a person uses to neutralize a negative feeling.