Self help tools from Behavioral Healthcare Corporation
We know it can be hard to pick up the phone and make that first call about seeing a therapist.
It’s important for you to know that we all have situations in our lives that are difficult to deal with. We all experience loss, sadness, grief, worry, anger. Many of us are in – or have been in – difficult relationships that have affected how we feel about ourselves and, maybe, about other people, too. Most of us have been in situations that we know just aren’t right, but we aren’t really sure what to do about them or how to change them.
Even though those situations are common to all of us, for some reason some people still think there’s something “wrong” with us if we need or ask for help to deal with these challenges. Unfortunately, some of those people think it is a weakness to get help when, in fact, acknowledging that things aren’t right, wanting them to change and being willing to do something about them is a sign of strength.
It’s also the first step to getting better.
While you are thinking about whether it’s time for you to pick up that phone and call us, our self-help page provides some self-assessments to help you know if how you are feeling could be related to a mental health concern.
If results of any self-help tool show areas of concern or potential concern, we encourage you to make that first call: Contact us and seek help today.
Restoring your mental health and feeling better can start with one phone call!
Mental Health Self Assessments
Please note: Unless specified, our screens are validated only for adults. By clicking on a screen below, you acknowledge that the information is not a diagnostic instrument. You are encouraged to share your results with a physician or health care provider. Mental Health America Inc., Behavioral Healthcare Corporation, sponsors, partners, and advertisers disclaim any liability, loss, or risk incurred as a consequence, directly or indirectly, from the use and application of these screens. © Copyright Mental Health America, June 2015.
- General information
- Alcohol or Substance Abuse Screening
- Anxiety Screening
- Bi-polar Screening
- Depression Screening
- Parent Screening (symptom check list for children)
- Psychosis Screening
- PTSD Screening
- Youth Screening
- Work Health Survey
If you are thinking of hurting yourself or ending your life, please seek help immediately. Call the National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255) OR
For more information about suicide and suicide prevention please visit our Suicide Prevention page.