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Online screening is one of the quickest and easiest ways to determine whether you are experiencing symptoms of a mental health condition.

Mental health conditions, such as depression or anxiety, are real, common and treatable. And recovery is possible.

Depression Test The Depression Test is for individuals who are feeling overwhelming sadness. The depression test is also available in Spanish.
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Postpartum Depression Test (New & Expecting Parents) This test is for new and expecting parents who began feeling overwhelming sadness during pregnancy or after their child's birth.
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Anxiety Test The Anxiety Test is for people who feel that worry and fear are affecting their ability to function day-to-day. The anxiety test is also available in Spanish.
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Psychosis Test The Psychosis Test is for people who feel like their brain is playing tricks on them (seeing, hearing or believing things that don't seem real or quite right).
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Bipolar Test The Bipolar Test is for people experiencing mood swings—unusual or extreme shifts in mood and energy.
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Eating Disorder Test The Eating Disorder Test can help explore eating related concerns that have an impact on your physical health and overall well-being.
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PTSD Test The PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder) Test is for those who are experiencing ongoing distress after a traumatic life event.
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Parent Test: Your Child’s Mental Health The Parent Test helps parents determine if their child’s emotions, attention, or behaviors might be a mental health concern.
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Youth Mental Health Test The Youth Test is for young people (age 11-17) who are concerned that their emotions, attention, or behaviors might be signs of a problem.
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ADHD Test The ADHD Test is for people (both youth and adults) who have trouble focusing, remembering things, completing tasks, and/or sitting still.
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Addiction Test The Addiction Test is for people who are concerned about their use of alcohol or drugs.
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Test de depresión El test de depresión es para los individuales que sienten una tristeza abrumadora. También está disponible en inglés.
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Test de ansiedad El test de ansiedad es para las personas que sienten que la preocupación y el temor afectan su vida cotidiana. También está disponible en inglés.
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Self-Injury Survey The Self-Injury Survey is for people who have hurt themselves on purpose without wanting to die.
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Connection and Well-Being Survey The Connectedness and Well-Being Survey is a chance to reflect on how your connections to nature, spirituality, and other people affect your mental health. Your answers also help us develop better mental health supports for people like you!
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After your mental health test, you will see information, resources, and tools to help you understand and improve your mental health.

How can online mental health testing help me?

What do my mental health test results mean?

Please note: Online screening tools are meant to be a quick snapshot of your mental health. If your results indicate you may be experiencing symptoms of a mental illness, consider sharing your results with someone. A mental health provider (such as a doctor or a therapist) can give you a full assessment and talk to you about options for how to feel better.

This website is an informational resource. We are not a crisis support line. If you need immediate help, you can reach the Suicide & Crisis Lifeline by calling or texting 988 or using the chat box at You can also text “MHA” to 741-741 to reach the Crisis Text Line. Warmlines are an excellent place for non-crisis support.

For all other screening-related questions and non-emergency support, please use MHA’s Contact Us form.

Mental Health America Inc., sponsors, partners, and advertisers disclaim any liability, loss, or risk incurred as a consequence, directly or indirectly, of the use and application of these screens.

Work Health Survey

This is a not a mental health screening but a survey meant to help us identify strategies to help companies do better. The survey is updated annually.

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MHA Screening is made possible through the generous contributions of individuals and organizations that share our vision of mental health for all. This program is supported, in part, through philanthropic contributions from Abbvie, Alkermes, The Anthem Foundation, The Faas Foundation, Janssen, Neurocrine Biosciences, The NFL Foundation, Sage Therapeutics, Takeda Lundbeck Alliance, and Teva.

What do my mental health test results mean?

Taking an online mental health test is one of the quickest and easiest ways to determine whether you are experiencing symptoms of a mental health condition. The mental health tests on this site are free and confidential—and you can see the results right away. But what do those results actually mean?

What mental health tests can and can’t do

The mental health tests available on this site are the same ones used in doctor’s offices and counseling centers around the world. Researchers have studied these questions rigorously and found that they provide a pretty accurate picture of your mental health.

But if you look closely at the results page, you’ll see lots of statements like “your results indicate that you may be experiencing signs of severe depression.” Why can’t we just say “you have severe depression” and be done with it?

Diagnosing mental health conditions is complicated. There’s no “depression virus” we can do a blood test for. Mental health isn’t really black and white—everyone feels depressed or anxious some of the time. The line between sadness and depression can feel very fuzzy.

On top of that, there’s a lot of overlap between mental health conditions. Sometimes what looks like depression is actually a medical problem, like a slow thyroid. Many people first get diagnosed with one condition, but later find out they actually had something else all along. It’s also possible to have more than one mental health condition at once.

When a doctor or therapist diagnoses someone with depression, they usually have more to go off of than answers to a few multiple-choice questions. They might notice that you move slowly and that your posture is slumped. Maybe you have bags under your eyes from not sleeping. If you meet with your therapist regularly, they can also notice changes over time—like when your voice isn’t quite as expressive as it usually is.

These are often indicators of depression—but they are also the kinds of things that an online test can’t detect.

Mental health professionals can also ask you more open-ended questions, and they can provide clarification if you’re not sure how to answer.

A mental health test is just the beginning

If a mental health test provides an incomplete picture of your mental health, where can you go to fill in the other details?

One way is to reach out to a mental health professional who can provide you with a diagnosis. They can also either provide treatment (like therapy or medication) or help you figure out where else you can get it.

Learning more about mental health can also help you figure things out. The more you learn about anxiety, for example, the more you can start to recognize anxiety when you feel it. Hearing other people’s stories also helps you understand your own experiences—and it helps you feel less alone too. Lots of people share their stories in online communities like Reddit and TikTok or on websites like The Mighty.

A word of warning: It’s easy to try and “diagnose yourself” by reading WebMD and lurking in social media communities. For example, many people nowadays are falling into “ADHD TikTok”, where people describe the lesser-known quirks of ADHD. If you find yourself identifying with what people are saying in these videos, you might have ADHD. But you can’t know for sure just from watching videos. Like online mental health tests, videos and blogs are a good starting point, but not the be-all-end-all.

The more time you spend learning about mental health from all different sources, the more you’ll be able to put the pieces together and get a complete picture.

How all this information can help you

Having a better understanding of yourself and your experiences is an empowering start. But at the end of the day, the reason any of us want to know which mental health condition we have (if any) is so that we can figure out how to feel better.

Sometimes there are very specific actions you need to take for specific mental health conditions. For example, taking a mood stabilizer like lithium can be very helpful for someone who has bipolar disorder—and completely useless for someone who doesn’t.

But most of the things you can do to improve your mental health will help you no matter who you are, what condition you have—or whether you even have a mental health condition or not. (We don’t all have a “mental illness”, but we do all have mental health!) Some of these things include:

  • Talking to supportive loved ones
  • Getting better sleep
  • Eating nutritious foods
  • Keeping a mental health journal
  • Improving our self-talk (treating ourselves with compassion instead of beating ourselves up)
  • Doing enjoyable activities that help us feel happy and relaxed
  • Deep breathing, grounding exercises, and mindfulness/meditation
  • Meeting with a therapist regularly
  • Joining a support group

You don’t have to work on all these things at once. Pick one or two that seem the most achievable for you, and the most likely to help. Once you make a habit of those (or figure out they don’t seem to help after all), try a few more.

Remember—mental health is a journey. Give yourself a pat on the back! You’ve already started that journey just by being on this site.

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Abnormal tests are not intended to diagnose or label "Psychic". They are able, with some degree of probability, to determine deviations from the norm and predisposition to various kinds of mental disorders. In this section you will find many professional tests for diagnosing mental disorders. But remember, only a specialist can make an exhaustive interpretation and an accurate diagnosis! nine0003

Test for mental disorders

The human psyche is so amazing that it is hardly possible to say something irrefutable, the only correct one about it. This gives rise to many theories and diagnoses. And given the crazy pace of modern life, it is not surprising that the number of people with neurosis or psychosis has increased significantly. This test for mental disorders will help recognize signs of abnormalities or a predisposition to them, if any.

1. How often do you have insomnia? nine0003

Often. Although there is no objective reason for this, I just lose sleep. This state lasts for weeks, and even months with short breaks.

Sometimes I can not sleep at all for several days in a row because I am bursting with internal energy. On those days, I feel like I don't need sleep at all.

No/mild insomnia, but it is often difficult to know when sleep ended and wakefulness began or vice versa.

I very often cannot fall asleep under the influence of disturbing, terrifying thoughts for which there are no objective reasons. nine0003

In general, I have a normal sleep, and if insomnia occurs, it happens not so often and always has a reason (stress, disturbed sleep schedule, acclimatization, etc.).

2. Do you have a strong long-term desire to avoid contact with anyone, even those closest to you?

Yes, I don't want to see anyone at all, and this goes on for weeks.

Sometimes this feeling happens, but then everything changes dramatically, and I become an over-communicative and very active person. nine0003

I sometimes want to isolate myself from other people. And if I do, then I feel strange, as if everything around me is unreal. Unusual images, visions may appear.

This desire arises when I want to punish myself or think that my association with people may put my life in serious danger.

I may have a desire to be alone with myself, but it does not last more than a couple of days.

3. Are there things, people, or activities that can quickly and permanently distract you from anxiety, bad mood, or even completely calm you down? nine0003

No, nothing makes me happy lately, and I lose interest in everything that made me happy before.

I have protracted states when nothing can improve my mood. And then I enter another “mode”, and it becomes difficult for me to concentrate, there is chaos in my head, I take on everything at once.

Yes, but most often my mood changes when I suddenly start to hear voices or see signs that speak of my exclusivity. Then I feel like a chosen person. nine0003

Yes, these are short but systematic activities that I need to do all the time when I'm worried about something. I understand that I cannot refuse to perform these tasks, I am obliged to do them.

Yes. As a rule, this is the support of loved ones, favorite hobbies, memorable or just pleasant things (graduation photo album, delicious food, good music, etc. ).

4. Have you ever been diagnosed with any of the following by psychotherapists/psychiatrists?

Depression (any type). nine0003

Bipolar disorder (BAD).

Schizophrenia or its varieties.

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD).

None of the above.

5. Is there anything that you fear so much that it really poisons your life and prevents you from enjoying it?

Yes, this is a fear for my future or the future of my loved ones, an increased fear of death.

Sometimes I am very worried about the future, and sometimes I am afraid of conspiracies against myself, persecution. There are also moments when I realize that I am not afraid of anything at all. nine0003

Sometimes I am afraid of what is going on in my head. Sometimes I'm scared because I feel like I'm seeing, feeling, or hearing something that doesn't exist or that no one else notices.

I am constantly anxious, I often have frightening or nervous thoughts in my thoughts that are very difficult for me to get rid of. Often they are groundless.

I have a few fears, like all people, but in general they do not interfere with my life.

6. Can you give clear logical explanations for most of your actions? nine0003

I can't see any good reasons to explain my depressed mental state and physical exhaustion.

I don't know how to explain why I can be depressed for six months and then become a very energetic person for the next weeks or months.

I can understand the reasons for my actions myself (although not always), but they are far from always logical, and I feel that others around me cease to understand me.

Some of my actions defy logic at all, but I know that I simply have to do them, otherwise something bad will happen. nine0003

In general, yes. I can explain most of my actions from a logical point of view.

7. Choose the statement that best suits you.

My affairs, appearance, health, social status are often completely indifferent to me.

I had periods when I obsessively followed other people, believed that there was a conspiracy around me, or suddenly began to abruptly look for life-threatening, extreme sensations.

Sometimes I have hallucinations or delusions. Sometimes it is very difficult for me to distinguish the real from the fictional. I do not always distinguish between dream and reality. nine0003

I have 'rituals' that I must follow, even if I may be late for work, a flight, or miss an important meeting. This is something like shifting small objects one at a time, senseless actions, accurate counting of objects, etc.

None of the above or the symptoms are subtle.

8. Have you ever thought about intentionally hurting yourself physically?

Yes, I have a desire to mutilate myself or commit suicide. nine0003

This desire appears periodically, and it lasts for a long time, but then abruptly disappears.

Sometimes I hear voices or other people's thoughts telling me to do something bad to myself.

Under the influence of anxiety, fear, panic, I sometimes cause physical harm to myself without noticing it at first (I scratch the skin until it bleeds, hit, pinch myself). Or I have an obsessive fear of death, infection, injury.

No, I have no such thoughts or intentional desire to harm myself. nine0003

9. Do people around you think that your actions or words are very strange and definitely not normal?

Yes, they think that my apathy and depressed mood are inadequate reactions.

Yes, sometimes they say that I behave like a real psycho-maniac, although they sometimes say that I have a terrible depression that requires the intervention of a doctor.

Sometimes they literally do not understand my language, they ask me to repeat words or whole sentences, they say that there is absolutely no logic in my reasoning and that this is a sign of deviation. nine0003

Yes, they don't understand the reasons for my actions at all and consider me paranoid with unhealthy perfectionism.

Not at all. Sometimes I have misunderstandings with others, but there is nothing critical in them.

10. How often do you have negative, pessimistic, or anxious thoughts that make you feel down?

Often, and such states last for weeks, I cannot do my usual activities, I lose interest in old hobbies.

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