The comprehensive Mental Health Test is a process conducted over several sessions with a qualified psychologist. The psychologist will ask you questions and administer questionnaires about your background and current circumstances to determine if you may be suffering from a psychological/mental health disorder.
The Psychological/Mental Health Test measures symptoms for identification of psychological problems including Depression, Anxiety Disorders, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Bipolar Disorders, Eating Disorders and Sexual Disorders.
Following the completion of the comprehensive Mental Health Test, a treatment plan is collaboratively developed. A standard treatment plan includes recommended actions to reduce and/or manage symptoms, recommendations regarding the need for follow up assessment/treatment and an outline of treatment objectives.
- 25-minute matching session with an intake psychologist
- Up to 3 x 50-minute assessment interviews
- Administration of Personality Assessment Inventory (PAI)
- PAI Scoring and Interpretation Report
- 50-minute feedback session with a qualified psychologist