Do You Need Therapy?
Mental health screening tools include online quizzes and self-tests. These tools can help you determine your emotional, mental, relationship, and career wellness, as well as your needs in these areas. After completing a mental health screening quiz or self-test, you can share your results with a counselor to receive a full assessment and discuss options to improve your health.
One reason for taking mental health screening quizzes and self-tests is to help you determine whether the emotional and mental challenges you're facing are manageable or not. If your feelings are overwhelming or preventing you from living your everyday life, you may want to consider therapy. Here are several types of psychotherapy or talk therapy approaches available to help with mental health:
- Cognitive behavioral therapy.
- Acceptance and commitment therapy.
- Dialectical behavior therapy.
- Psychoanalytic and psychodynamic therapy.
- Interpersonal psychotherapy.
Therapy can be completed as a family, in small groups, or one-on-one, depending on your unique needs.
Why Complete a Mental Health Screening Quiz or Self-Test?
An online mental health screening quiz or self-test is a quick, convenient way to assess your emotional and mental health to determine whether you'd benefit from additional services.
If you think you may benefit from therapy, taking a mental health screening test is an excellent way to help you focus your efforts and seek professional support when needed.
A mental health professional can discuss your results with you to help determine if your concerns are symptoms of a mental health condition. They can also recommend treatment options if they are needed.
Available Self-Help Quizzes
Eddins Counseling Group offers several online self-help quizzes to help determine if additional professional services are needed. You can take a quiz in any of the following areas of emotional and mental health:
- Adult ADHD: If you experience impulsivity, poor time management skills, problems focusing on a task, or low tolerance for frustration, this quiz will help determine if these symptoms result from adult ADHD.
- Anxiety: Feeling restless, wound up, or on edge can be signs of an anxiety disorder, and this online self-help quiz can reveal how anxiety is impacting your life.
- Binge eating: This self-help quiz can help you discover if your eating habits, such as eating until uncomfortably full, are signs of a binge-eating disorder.
- Body appreciation: A positive body image can positively affect many aspects of your life, and this body appreciation quiz can reveal your level of body positivity.
- Depression: Persistent sadness, loss of interest in hobbies, and excessive fatigue may indicate depression, and this quiz can help you identify your feelings.
- Career burnout: Burnout is a mental health condition that can be uncovered using this self-help quiz.
- Insomnia: Difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep can indicate insomnia, which this self-help quiz can help you identify.
- Emotional regulation: This quiz can help you discover emotional regulation tools to help you get your emotions back under control.
- Eating disorder test: Body image issues, struggles with food, and unhealthy behaviors with food can be symptoms of an eating disorder, and this quiz can help you discover the severity of your food issues.
- Postpartum anxiety: After pregnancy, excessive worrying may occupy your day and keep you from sleeping, and this quiz can help determine whether you have postpartum anxiety.
- Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD): Symptoms can include a fear of contamination or dirt, a need for things to be symmetrical and orderly, and an inability to deal with uncertainty, which this quiz can help identify as OCD.
- Intuitive eating: If you struggle with certain foods, this self-help quiz on intuitive eating can help identify areas you need to work on to become a more intuitive eater.
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD): Trauma can happen in many ways in your life, and this self-help quiz can help determine if your trauma is causing you to suffer from PTSD.
- Relationship attachment style: Your relationship attachment style determines who you choose for partners and how you react to needs within your relationship, and this quiz helps you understand your attachment style better.
- Postpartum depression: If you're experiencing sleep issues, frightening thoughts, anxiety, sadness, or anxiety after your pregnancy, this self-help quiz can help you determine whether you have postpartum depression.
- Social anxiety: Anxiety or avoidance of social interactions and situations can indicate social anxiety, and this quiz investigates how that anxiety may inhibit your potential.
- Overeating: This quiz helps determine if you overeat due to stress, emotions, boredom, and more.
- Self-compassion: If you want to know how much compassion you have for yourself, this self-help quiz can help you discover your level in this area.
These self-help quizzes are tools designed to help you discover your emotional, mental, relationship, and career wellness levels. Once you’ve completed one or more, consider booking an appointment with a counselor to discuss your results and possible treatment plans.
Help is available
If you think therapy may help with your emotional and mental well-being, don’t hesitate to schedule an appointment with a counselor at Eddins Counseling Group. We offer in-person appointments at three locations in Texas: 5225 Katy Freeway, Suite 103, and 802 W Albama St, Houston, and 12930 Dairy Ashford Road, Suite 103, Sugar Land. Eddins also offers online counseling for your convenience in Alabama, California, Florida, Indiana, New Jersey, Texas, and Washington.
You can schedule a free 15-minute consultation call via our online form or book online for an appointment at one of our three physical locations. We welcome phone calls at 832-559-2622 and text messages at 832-699-5001.
We’ll work hard to match you with the best therapist for your situation, whether it be for adult, child, couples, or family counseling.