Self-Assessments

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Here you will find several confidential on-line self-assessment screenings tools. Please click on the assessment to be taken directly to each online assessment website. These screening tools may help provide you important information in the comfort and privacy of your home. If you are interested in speaking with a counselor further about your assessment please contact the Counseling Center to schedule an appointment to meet with a counselor.

Stress and Depression Questionnaire – This is an anonymous, online tool that generates a confidential assessment of how stress and depression may be affecting you. A JHU counselor will evaluate your responses and provide personalized feedback. You will also have the option to anonymously exchange brief messages with a counselor to learn about available resources and options for treatment at Johns Hopkins and in the community. Click here to access the questionnaire or to learn more.

ULifeline Self – eValuator – Worried about someone’s erratic behaviors? The Self e-Valuator is a confidential online self-assessment which provides insights about your current state of mind. The Self e-Valuator provides a valuable and objective perspective if or when you (or a friend) are struggling with troubling thoughts and feelings. *Please note: the ULifeline Self-eValuator is not monitored by Counseling Center staff.*Worried about someone’s erratic behaviors? The Self e-Valuator is a confidential online self-assessment which provides insights about your current state of mind. The Self e-Valuator provides a valuable and objective perspective if or when you (or a friend) are struggling with troubling thoughts and feelings.

e-CHUG – The Alcohol eCHECKUP TO GO is a brief self-assessment that will provide you with accurate and detailed information about your alcohol consumption including your personal risk patterns, individual level of alcohol tolerance, unique family risk factors, harm reduction strategies, and helpful resources at Johns Hopkins University and the local community.