Do I have a problem?
In order to consult a counselor at Counseling for Faculty and Staff (CFS), all you need to know is that you don't feel good or something seems wrong. Sometimes people call us because a friend, partner or colleague has suggested they call. At other times, people call because they have tried repeatedly to solve a problem on their own without complete success. Some people are not sure they have a problem but call anyway to get a chance to talk further about their concerns.
Some people like to know that their concerns fall into a certain category with a specific name like depression or anxiety. The following self-assessment tools are meant for general information purposes only and are not designed as accurate diagnostic criteria. If you have a concern that you may be experiencing one of these conditions, contact CFS, a private counselor or your primary care physician.