Mental Health Screenings

Have you been feeling sad, anxious, or unlike yourself lately? Do you have concerns about someone you care about? Are you unsure what next steps to take? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, mental health screenings are a great tool to help you identify what’s going on. The screenings are anonymous and only take a few minutes to complete. Your results will help you determine if recent thoughts or behaviors may be associated with a common, treatable mental health issue.

What do the screenings assess for?

  • depression disorders
  • substance use disorders
  • bipolar disorder
  • disordered eating
  • anxiety disorders
  • psychosis disorders
  • post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  • overall well-being

How do the screenings work?

  1. Select: Pick the statement that best fits how you’ve been thinking or behaving.
  2. Answer: Respond to the brief set of questions about yourself and how you are feeling.
  3. Understand: Get comprehensive explanations about your moods and behaviors.
  4. Explore: Access informational materials about what you can do to help yourself.

Start Your Mental Health Screening

Important Note

Keep in mind that the screenings can provide a lot of great information but are not a diagnostic tool. If you wish to speak with a counselor after viewing your results, Central Piedmont students can make an appointment by filling out the Central Piedmont Counseling Services intake form.