A screening test can open the door to understanding your personal strengths and challenges, provide clues that can vastly improve relationships with others or set someone on an exciting new career.
A mental health screening test is one of the quickest and easiest ways to identify whether you have a mental health condition, such as depression or anxiety, and early detection is the key to a faster recovery.
Other screening tests can identify behavioural problems, such as poor self esteem or low assertiveness, the quality of your relationship, and your parenting skills.
An initial consultation with one of our psychologists will identify the most appropriate screening test for you. They are simple, cost efficient ways for early detection of problems – and a quicker chance of recovery!
Try our free Change Assessment screening test now and see if you are ready for to start.
The University of Rhode Island Change Assessment (URICA) scale can be used to measure an individual's readiness for counselling. Each statement describes how a person might feel when starting counselling.
You might find out you are a Pre-contemplator (nothing wrong with me!), a Contemplator (starting to think maybe there is) or that you are Ready for Change (I’m ready to face it and deal with it!).
Fill out the questionnaire below and indicate the extent to which you agree or disagree with each statement. In each case, make your choice in terms of how you actually feel now, not what you have felt in the past or would like to feel.
For statements that refer to your 'problem', answer in terms of the problem you are wanting to address in counselling. 'Here' refers to the place of treatment you are thinking about attending.
"The task we must set for ourselves is not to feel secure, but to be able to tolerate insecurity."