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Online Anxiety Assessment (GAD-7)

anxiety assessmentThis online Anxiety Assessment is strictly for general information purposes and is not a substitute for an in-person clinical evaluation. The assessment is free & completely anonymous. You do not need to provide your name. The anxiety assessment takes about 5 minutes, and provides general feedback when completed. Please discuss any questions you may have with a physician, psychiatrist, or professional therapist.



 
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Disclaimer: This online anxiety assessment is for personal use only and is not meant to be a comprehensive clinical evaluation. Please discuss any questions or concerns you may have with your physician or a clinical professional who specializes in the evaluation and treatment of anxiety disorders.


depression-assessmentThis online anxiety assessment is not intended to be a substitute for a professional in-person clinical evaluation. Assessing an anxiety disorder typically involves an in-person interview with a psychiatrist or professional counselor in order to determine the extent of a person’s anxiety and possibly identify underlying causes of the anxiety symptoms. A standardized assessment (such as the GAD-7) is frequently used in conjunction with an in-person clinical evaluation.

Treating anxiety symptoms is often accomplished through cognitive/behavioral therapy and sometimes medication therapy. There are a range of therapeutic approaches for assisting individuals in managing their anxiety.

There are numerous non-profit and private healthcare providers across the U.S. who specialize in the treatment of anxiety-related disorders. Common forms of anxiety disorder include GAD (generalized anxiety disorder), panic attack, and PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder). Anxiety is a common presenting problem when individuals seek mental health counseling. Community support groups are offered in some cities across the country. Anti-anxiety medication therapy is available through local psychiatrists and some family practitioners who have experience in treating anxiety disorders.
 
 

GAD-7 Source: Robert L. Spitzer, Janet BW Williams, Kurt Kroenke, and Lowe B.

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