Self-Tests for Mental Health

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Screening Test

This is a basic screening tool for an initial assessment of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). Only a mental health professional can formally diagnose a mental disorder, but this screener can be a helpful tool for those wondering if their behaviors are as extreme as someone with obsessive-compulsive disorder. Try it now...

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Checklist

Obsessive-compulsive disorder can take a long time to properly diagnose because the symptoms can vary widely from person to person. The following is an online check list of common OCD symptoms adapted from Dr. Jeffrey Schwartz' book Brain Lock. It can be used to identify problematic themes of behavior suggestive of OCD. Try it now...

Yale-Brown Obsessive Compulsive Scale

These important tests (the Y-BOCS and Y-BOCS Check List) are used worldwide to assess the severity of OCD in treatment and research settings. Developed by Dr. Wayne Goodman of the University of Florida, the tests describe and quantify how severe a patient's obsessions and compulsions are as of the date of testing. By taking the tests regularly, people with OCD can use this information to monitor progress during treatment. The test results can be emailed or printed out and given to the treatment provider. Try the comprehensive Y-BOCS Check List and the Y-BOCS Symptom Severity Scale now...

Social Anxiety Test

Try this online test for social phobia or social anxiety disorder. Called the Liebowitz Social Anxiety Scale, the test measures your tendency to fear and avoid a number of common social situations before delivering a total score. Try it now...

Healthy Weight Calculator

Try this online calculator to determine if you are at a healthy weight and what your risk is for certain weight related diseases like diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Using your weight, height, and waist measure, the calculator determines your body mass index. Try it now...

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Online Stress Test

Find out how stressed you are by taking this online quiz. Different life events can contribute to your stress levels. And the more stress you have, the more vulnerable you are to mental health problems as well as illnesses. Try it now...

Disclaimer: This information should not be considered medical advice and should not substitute the judgment of a competent psychiatrist.

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