SELF-SCREENING ASSESSMENT

NOTICE: We do not collect any personal information from individuals who complete these assessments. We do not monitor the results from these assessments. The assessments may be completed multiple times. The purpose is to gauge symptoms, not to make a formal psychiatric diagnosis, or to guide medical decision-making.

Feeling sad, hopeless, or depressed most of the time?

Take this self-assessment to help find out whether you’re showing any of the warning signs of depression. This assessment won’t give you a diagnosis but it may help you decide the next step.

Feeling nervous, anxious or on edge most of the time?

Take this self-assessment to get an indication of your anxiety levels. This will not give you a diagnosis but it may help you figure out what your next steps might be.

Feeling fatigued and exhausted most of the time

(parents' burnout)?

This compassion fatigue assessment will help measure if you're suffering from caregiver burnout. Compassion fatigue is a form of burnout where caregivers (parents) continue to give themselves fully to the person they are caring for, finding it difficult to maintain a healthy balance of being able to separate themselves from the patient (empathy and objectivity). 

Answering "yes" or "no" to the following nine statements will help you assess your risk for compassion fatigue.

Wondering if you have any clinical obsessive/compulsive tendencies?

This OCD screening assessment can help determine whether you might have the symptoms of OCD (obsessive-compulsive disorder). Use the results to help decide if you need to see a doctor or other mental health professional to further discuss diagnosis and treatment of OCD.

This assessment has 4 sections, please complete all of them to get your score. 

CONCERNED ABOUT HOW YOU FEEL? 

Wondering where to turn for help? Doing a self-assessment for depression, anxiety, or OCD can help.

ARE YOU FEELING ALONE?

Practical and emotional support are important in protecting against perinatal mental health disorders. Take this survey to see how your social support system measures up.

If you are having suicidal thoughts or are concerned about someone else who may be suicidal, please call the Buckelew Suicide Prevention Hotline: 

For Sonoma County: 1-855-587-6373

For Marin County: 415-499-1100

For Grief Support: 415-499-1195

National Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255

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