Screening Tools:

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Wondering if you or a loved one might have a mental health concern? Use our free, anonymous, clinically validated screening questionnaires to see whether or not there may be a mental health issue.

Remember: these self-assessments are for screening only and are not designed to diagnose a condition. No test is 100% accurate. If you are concerned about your mental health or that of your loved ones, seek help from a health professional.

  • Abusive and Domestic Violence (in Women)
    Alcohol Problems (in Men)
    Alcohol Problems (in Women)
    Anxiety Problems (Generalized Anxiety Disorder)
    Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) (in Adults)
    Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) (in Children)
    Autism Spectrum Disorder (in Adults)
    Autism Spectrum Disorder (in Children and Youth)
    Bipolar Disorder (aka Manic Depression)
    Bipolar Disorders (in Adults)
    Depression (in Adolescents)
    Depression (in Adults)
    Developmental Coordination Disorder
    Eating Disorder
    Lead Poisoning (in Children)
    Non-Verbal Learning Disability (NVLD)
    Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) (in Adults)
    Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) (in Children and Youth)
    Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) (in Children and Youth)
    Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) (in Adults)
    Postpartum Depression
    Seasonal Affective Disorder
    Sensory Processing Problems
    Sleep Disorders
    Social Anxiety
    Substance Abuse (in Adolescents)
    Screening questionnaires listed here are evidence-based, validated scales proven useful in scientific studies. Note that screening is not the same as diagnosis. Screening is simply to see whether or not you might possibly have a condition. If the screening is positive, then you should see an actual doctor or health professional for an actual diagnosis, which includes asking more detailed questions to actually see whether or not you may have a particular condition.