Brief mental health screenings are the quickest way to determine if you should connect with the EAP or another mental health professional. This program is completely anonymous and confidential, and you immediately will see your results, recommendations and resources. Go to Screening for Mental Health for the following short assessments:
- Alcohol Use Disorder: Worried about drinking habits?
- Bipolar Disorder: Experiencing mood swings from very high to very low?
- Adolescent Depression – brief screen: Concerned about my teen's mood?
- Depression: Feeling sad, down, or empty?
- Eating Disorder: Afraid of gaining weight or concerned about eating habits?
- Generalized Anxiety Disorder: Constantly worried, anxious?
- Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: Troubled by traumatic events?
- Substance Use: Difficulty controlling substance use?
Following are other free, anonymous online self-tests:
Altruism: Altruism Quiz - Greater Good Science Center – Find out if you are a giver or a grinch.
Burnout: Workplace Burnout Quiz - Christina Maslach and Michael Leitner, Scientific American.
Emotional Intelligence: Emotional Intelligence Quiz - Greater Good Science Center – How good are you at reading facial expressions?
Mindfulness: Mindfulness Quiz - Greater Good Science Center – How mindful are you?
Relationship Trust: Relationship Trust Quiz - Greater Good Science Center – Do you trust your partner?
Stress: Stress Screen - Mental Health America – Check your stress level.
Technology: Technology Addiction Questionnaire – Are you hooked on technology?
Work-Life Balance:Work-Life Balance Quiz - Canadian Mental Health Association.
Thank you for taking a screening and engaging in good self-care. If you are still concerned and think you may need help, please contact a health professional or Partners Employee Assistance Program at 1-866-724-4EAP.
This content was last modified on: 01/12/2018