Disclaimer

The information provided on this website is for educational purposes only. The assessments, screening tools and checklists on this website are not intended to diagnose any disease or condition and should not be solely relied on, even by mental health or health care professionals, for this or any similar purpose.

Online screening tools are designed to provide educational information, and should be used as appropriate in consultation with medical professionals, to discuss symptoms, determine diagnoses and consider treatment options. No one other than a trained mental health professional can diagnose or treat a psychological condition. If you have any concerns about your health, please talk to a professional.

While the screening tests on this site are reproduced as faithfully as possible, we make no warranty as to their validity or accuracy. Only direct, personal interaction with a mental health professional can provide you with an accurate assessment of your symptoms.


In the event of an emergency

If you need to talk to someone, we encourage you to identify a telephone helpline that you can contact for confidential, non-judgemental support.

If you, or someone you know, is at imminent risk of suicide or self-harm, you should make contact immediately with one of the following:

  • Phone or visit your local doctor
  • Go to the Accident & Emergency department of the nearest hospital
  • Call the emergency services number in your jurisdiction (e.g. 999, 112, 911)

Most helplines will provide a listening service, give information and advice, provide emotional support and point you in the direction of other services. They are often free-phone services which are staffed by trained volunteers or employees.

In the event of an emergency

If you need to talk to someone, we encourage you to identify a telephone helpline that you can contact for confidential, non-judgemental support.

If you, or someone you know, is at imminent risk of suicide or self-harm, you should make contact immediately with one of the following:

Most helplines will provide a listening service, give information and advice, provide emotional support and point you in the direction of other services. They are often free-phone services which are staffed by trained volunteers or employees.

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