Do I Have PTSD?

Research has shown us that over 50% of all people have experienced trauma in their life, and at least 7-8% of those people have Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Take our PTSD test online to find out if you, too, are facing this.

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Screen Yourself for PTSD Symptoms

PTSD is a response to a stressful or traumatic event. If you have experienced a traumatic or stressful life event, relationship, loss, or witnessed a stressful event, you might experience PTSD symptoms. PTSD disrupts your life and mental well-being. There are specific signs of post-traumatic stress that can indicate you are struggling with PTSD.

This brief PTSD screening test can help you identify whether the symptoms you’re experiencing stem from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The first step to overcoming PTSD symptoms is recognizing them. Your symptoms may be associated with other mental health conditions such as anxiety. Try our other screening tools to rule those out as well.

Please remember that this is not a diagnosis.

Take the Online PTSD Test:

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Have You Experienced a Traumatic or Stressful Life Event?

Post traumatic stress disorder can occur after experiencing a specific or ongoing traumatic event such as:

  • natural disaster
  • life threatening event
  • assault
  • abuse
  • combat
  • bullying
  • shaming
  • crime
  • war
  • medical issues
  • rape

Common symptoms of PTSD

When we experience trauma or a high level of stress it can get stuck in our bodies, disrupting life in many ways.

  • intrusive memories or dreams
  • negative thoughts and beliefs
  • irritability
  • hypervigilance
  • sleep disturbance
  • heightened startle response
  • difficulty concentrating
  • emotional numbness
  • avoidance of people/places associated with the trauma

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Follow Up To The PTSD Quiz

Find Help For PTSD

At Eddins Counseling Group, we have therapists who specialize in trauma and can be there for you during this challenging time. A counselor can be a guide through the worst of times and a sounding board through the best.

If you do have PTSD, we recommend specific trauma therapy to help you overcome your symptoms.

*This online PTSD test is intended to be a screening for PTSD not a diagnosis. Discuss your results with a medical professional to receive an accurate diagnosis for your symptoms.*

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