Free mental health test
Taking online tests and checklists is one of the easiest ways to check if you are experiencing mental health symptoms. Please note that this is NOT a diagnosis.
Please note: Online screening tools, checklists and tests are meant to be a quick snapshot of your mental health. If you find that you may be experiencing symptoms of mental distress, it's essential to consider speaking with a therapist. A therapist can help explain the results and discuss various options to help you feel better.
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Can online tests and checklists diagnose me?
The answer is "No".
Taking an online mental health test or checklist is a great start to monitor your mental health. It can help you identify what kind of mental health challenges you're acing and figure out what your next steps are. However, it cannot replace the professional judgement and experience of a qualified clinical psychologist.
Clinical psychologists are trained and experienced to conduct tests and interviews to rule out other mental health conditions. They will take into account your history - from childhood, school, work, and family life. They are also trained to reduce the risk of false positives and false negatives. With all the information gathered, the professionals can provide a more accurate diagnosis.
So, what do my results mean?
Mental health tests and checklists are designed to capture symptoms and feelings at a specific point in time. It's important to remember that these results can vary and change over time. If you receive a result indicating "Extremely Severe" levels of depression, it could suggest that you might be experiencing depression.
However, it's crucial to recognise that mental health is dynamic, and results may differ if retaken after some time. Similarly, if your current results show low symptom levels, they might fluctuate or evolve over the course of a month. Regularly monitoring your mental health and seeking professional guidance when needed can provide a better understanding of your well-being.
How do I get a diagnosis?
Getting a diagnosis starts with booking a session with a clinical psychologist. To accurately diagnose someone would require more comprehensive information beyond what the mental health tests and checklists can provide. They would usually ask deeper questions about your family, childhood, work and overall life. These are the sort of things an online test or checklist cannot detect.
The process may vary, as some individuals might receive a diagnosis after just one session, while others may need multiple sessions to ensure a thorough evaluation. Remember that seeking help from a qualified professional is crucial for an accurate diagnosis and personalised treatment plan.
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