How are you feeling today?
Let's take a moment to check in. How are you feeling today? Are there any symptoms that have been bothering you lately? Have things been hard the past while? Do you feel like you need some extra support?
Just like going to get a physical check up at the doctor, checking in with your behavioral health is an important part of your overall health and well-being. Behavioral health includes your mental health, substance use, emotions and behaviors, coping mechanisms and more. Taking a mental health questionnaire is the quickest and easiest way to see if you or someone you care about needs support from a behavioral health professional.
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How do I take a questionnaire?
Select and answer each question with the response that best matches how you are feeling.
Get your score and a description of your results based on your answers.*
No matter your results, you get links to mental health resources and professionals, and links to learn more.
*HealthyMindsUtah results do not represent a formal diagnosis
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How will taking a behavioral health questionnaire help me?
What do my behavioral health questionnaire results mean?
A mental health questionnaire can help you figure out what symptoms you are experiencing may be connected to mental health conditions. These questionnaires are the same ones used by doctors, therapists, psychologists, amongst many other health professionals across the world. Mental Health professionals and researchers have put time and resources into creating mental health questionnaires to help identify your overall mental health state and any mental health issues you may have.
These questionnaires provide an opportunity for you to learn more about mental health, warning signs to look for, where to seek help, that it is ok to ask for help, and it is ok to not be ok.
The main goal is to learn where you are at in your mental health, and where you need support so you can feel better.
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