Welcome to the Screening Program

University Health Services welcomes you to this group of online screenings for depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, post-traumatic stress, eating concerns and problems with alcohol. Everyone experiences difficulties from time to time. However, when problems begin to interfere with your emotional or physical health, your relationships, your work -- or life in general -- you may need to talk with someone who can help. These online screenings may help you determine whether seeking professional consultation would be of benefit. These free screenings are available to all UC Berkeley students, staff and faculty members and are taken anonymously. Each screening takes approximately 3 to 5 minutes to complete. Although some of the questions appear to be geared toward college students, the screenings are a helpful tool for all audiences. The online screenings are not meant to take the place of seeking professional help. If you currently are experiencing a crisis, please see the Tang Center Emergency/Crisis page for information on urgent services at

Disclaimer: Although University Health Services believes the online screenings to be useful tools, we have no official affiliation with the organization that maintains the screening site. We cannot assume responsibility for the content or accuracy of the material contained in these sites. The information provided here is not intended to diagnose, treat or provide a second opinion on any mental health problem. For advice about specific concerns, treatments or medications, please seek consultation with a mental health professional.

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Step 1: Welcome
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Step 3: Demographics
Step 4: Screening
Step 5: Results & Recommendations