Stressed? Anxious? It’s Time for a Change.
Unlock Your Well-being with Clinically-Validated
Mental Health Tests
It’s no secret that mental health problems are on the rise. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, 43 million adults in the U.S. — 14.1 percent of the population — experience a disabling mental condition each year. And, while depression and anxiety are the most common, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and other conditions also affect millions of Americans.
In the US alone, 1 in 5 people suffer from a mental condition, many of which can be quite debilitating. The key to overcoming many mental health issues is to seek help from a professional therapist, counselor, or other mental health professional.
In fact, A new study out of the University of British Columbia shows that asking for help is one of the most important things you can do for yourself. The study, published in Clinical Psychological Science, surveyed more than 800 people in the U.S. about their experiences with counseling and support services, and found that more than one in five people with mental health problems had turned to a professional for help without first asking for help from a friend, family member or loved one.
Sometimes, the problems you’re facing aren’t physical, but mental. Mental health issues can affect your mood, your motivation, and your ability to think clearly. You may be feeling down, or you could be experiencing panic attacks or other mental health problems. If you need help, there are things you can do to cope with these problems, or at least find out what they are.
Our validated mental health assessments can help point you in the right direction to seek professional help. They can help identify mental health conditions that may exist, let you know what to expect, and develop a treatment plan to put you on the road to improve mental health.
After you take the mental health quiz or assessment, you can get help finding a therapist online using our website. The counselors listed on our website can be booked for online appointments, and they can be reached by phone or chat through the app.
You can also check in with yourself in the moment by measuring and tracking your stress with our Stress Level measurement tool. Using your phone camera and the tip of your fingers, you can measure your heart rate variability (HRV) to get a glimpse of the activity in your nervous system — anytime, anywhere. You can “tag” your measurement results with the lifestyle factors that affect your stress to build a view of the things in your life that cause and alleviate your everyday stress.