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Online screening tools are meant to be a quick snapshot of your mental health. If your results indicate that you may be experiencing symptoms of a mental health illness, it is important to share your results with someone who can help. A mental health professional can provide a full assessment and talk to you about the options available for treatment and recovery.
Adverse Childhood Experiences – ACE Test
The CDC-Kaiser Permanente Adverse Childhood Experiences Study is one of the largest investigations of childhood trauma and adversity and the effects on mental health, physical health and wellbeing throughout the lifespan.
There are 10 Adverse Childhood Experiences highlighted in the original Kaiser Study in the areas of family/household difficulties, neglect and abuse.
As we understand more about trauma, with the help of global studies and research, we are able to include racism, bullying, community violence or gang culture, financial abuse (living in poverty or having an extreme change of lifestyle following family separations).
Two out of three young people have experienced at least one Adverse Childhood experience and in mental health crisis treatment four out of five young people have experienced three or more ACEs.
You can find out your own ACE score by downloading the test here.
ADHD Self Assessment Tool
This test is not a diagnosis, so you will need to find a professional to confirm your results. We recommend printing your results and sharing them with your healthcare provider. Diagnosing ADHD requires extensive knowledge, skills and training and must be diagnosed by a certified professional like a medical doctor or psychiatrist.
The Symptom Checklist is an instrument consisting of the eighteen DSM-IV-TR criteria. Six of the eighteen questions were found to be the most predictive of symptoms consistent with ADHD. These six questions are the basis for Part A of the Checklist. Part B of the Checklist contains the remaining twelve questions.
You can find out your own ADHD symptom results by downloading the test here.
EAT 26 Self-Assessment Questionnaire
This is a screening measure to help you determine whether you might have an eating disorder that needs professional attention. This screening measure is not designed to make a diagnosis of an eating disorder or take the place of a professional consultation. Please fill out the below form as accurately, honestly and completely as possible.
To find out if you may have an eating disorder, download the questionnaire here.
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