EAP Assist facilitates online assessments which can be an important first step in getting needed care for mental health concerns & can be an easy way for you or someone you care about to get a better understanding of concerning experiences or feelings. (This is not a substitute for professional assessment & care).
Please first complete our Wellbeing Check Up so an EAP Assist counsellor can help you with co-ordinating an appropriate treatment plan.
This screening self-test looks for symptoms of depression. Depression makes it difficult to enjoy life. Some people experience it as low mood or hopelessness. Others may experience a lot of irritability or blame themselves for problems. Depression can also affect your energy levels and the way you eat and sleep. People who experience bipolar disorder also experience episodes of depression, so this self-test also looks at other symptoms of bipolar disorder.
This screening self-test looks for symptoms of anxiety disorder. When your worries are persistent or out of proportion to the reality of the threat & get in the way of you living your life you may have an anxiety disorder. There are five major types of anxiety disorders: panic disorder, social anxiety disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, and obsessive-compulsive disorder. Each disorder is different, but they all affect the way you experience anxiety.
General Mental Wellbeing Assessment
This assessment screener will assess your general mental wellbeing at this current point in time. Based on your answers, it will provide a snapshot of how you are travelling when compared to other Australians of your age and gender. It will then give some suggestions to help you out in any areas that may not be doing so well.
Mental Health Self-Assessment Checklist (K10)
This simple checklist aims to measure whether you may have been affected by depression & anxiety during the past four weeks. The higher your score, the more likely you are to be experiencing depression and/or anxiety. You simply tick the box next to each question that best reflects how you are feeling. Your answers & results are confidential, after completing the checklist you can print your results for your records or discuss them with your EAP Assist counsellor.
Emotional Intelligence Skills Assessment
This assessment responses a confidential & informative profile of your strengths in managing negative emotions & reactions in the workplace. The results will highlight areas in which you may benefit most from additional skills training. Your results can be useful for helping you create strategies for enhancing your effectiveness in managing negative emotions. This assessment contains 52 statements and takes about 10 minutes to complete.
This is a self-assessment tool that can help workplace leaders identify strengths & associated areas for improvement as it pertains to their leadership style in the context of psychological health & safety. Those completing this assessment will obtain feedback on their strengths & areas for improvement across five key domains: Communication & Collaboration; Social Intelligence; Problem Solving & Conflict Management; Security & Safety; & Fairness & Equity.
Risky Drinking Assessment
This screening self-test looks at your alcohol use & likelihood of risky drinking. Risky drinking means that drinking alcohol increases the risk of hurting yourself. These risks can be linked to the amount of alcohol you drink, but they can also be linked to situations where you drink alcohol. This self-test looks at how much you drink, how often you drink, your thoughts around drinking, & situations that might increase the risk of harm.
Measure, understand & improve your well-being & create your own personal well-being plan & feel more energized, confident & happy at work. Well-being is your ability to feel good and function effectively – physically, mentally, emotionally and socially – so that you can achieve the things that matter most to you. Taking just a couple of minutes to complete, this tool is designed to walk you step-by-step through measuring your current well-being, setting realistic well-being goals & creating your well-being plan.
Is stress putting you at risk? The following test will indicate your positive coping skills. It will also give you some clues as to what you can improve upon in order to deal with your stress or to decrease your stress load.
Stress, Anxiety & Sadness
When you’ve been stressed out and not feeling quite like yourself it can be difficult to know what to do. To help you check your stress levels and see if you might benefit from learning specific tools to improve the way you feel take this free and anonymous test.
Mental Health Meter
A quiz to help you reflect on your unique strengths and identify areas where your level of mental fitness could be improved to help you cope with life’s up and downs.
Work-Life Balance Quiz
Achieving work/life balance means having equilibrium among all the priorities in your life – this state of balance is different for every person. But, as difficult as work/life balance is to define, most of us know when we’re out of balance. To find out more about your own personal balance take the Work-Life Balance Quiz
Get Your Mind Plan
Take our quiz to get your free plan, designed to help you feel more in control, deal with stress and anxiety, boost your mood and improve your sleep.
How R U Quiz
Get a FREE personalized health score when you complete this 10 minute quiz. How Are You is for over 18s only and is only designed to point you in the right direction. It’s not a medical assessment – if you’re worried about your health you should speak to a health professional.
Healthy Lifestyle Check
These questions are designed to help you understand how healthy your lifestyle is, what health risks you might have (both physically and mentally) and what you can do about it.
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What you eat or don’t eat affects how you look, feel and perform. Take our short quiz to find out what foods you could introduce to help you be your best.
Risk Checker is a five-minute health questionnaire to assess your risk for heart disease, type 2 diabetes and kidney disease. At the end of the questionnaire you will be give practical tips on how to lower your risks.
Mental Health Screening Tools
A screening is a tool that has been proven by research to help identify symptoms of a mental health disorder. MHA’s screening tools provide an anonymous, free and private way to learn about your mental health and if you are showing warning signs of a mental illness. A screening only takes a few minutes, and after you are finished you will be given information about the next steps you should take based on the results. A screening is not a diagnosis, but it can be a helpful tool for starting a conversation with your doctor or a loved one about your mental health. MHA has screening tools to help identify signs of: Depression, Anxiety, Bipolar Disorder, PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), Alcohol or Substance Use Problems, Psychosis and Eating Disorders.
COVID-19 Mental Health Check-In
This is a brief tool to get you to quickly reflect on a few areas of your mental, physical and social well-being. In a dozen questions, we’ll ask you about sleep and eating, stress, mood and worry, substance use, social support and thoughts of harming yourself. The check-in is anonymous and there is no right or wrong answer. Our check-in is not a clinical test or one that will give you a score. It’s a tool to help you identify and explore useful and free resources on your answers.