Mental Health Self-Assessments
Would you like immediate, private feedback on your mental health and well-being? Boston University offers an online self-assessment service to help you evaluate whether you might have a mental health condition and could benefit from professional help. The anonymous screenings provide confidential computer-generated results and recommendations including resources for support and assistance. Las proyecciones también están disponibles en español.
Screenings are available for general well-being as well as the following common mental health conditions:
- Adult and Adolescent Depression
- Generalized Anxiety Disorder
- Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
- Eating Disorders
- Substance Use
- Bipolar Disorder
You can access the Mental Health Self-Assessments here.
Please note the Faculty & Staff Assistance Office does not manage or monitor these screenings. Nobody at BU will have access to your results or any identifying information for those who use the self-assessments.
You might also consider scheduling a Mental Health and Well-being Checkup with a counselor at the Faculty & Staff Assistance Office. Like an annual physical exam with your pcp, this is an evaluation of your mental health by a licensed professional who can help you determine whether to seek mental health treatment. Sign up here for a Mental Health and Well-being Checkup.