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Mental Wellbeing Assessments

Mental health is as vital as physical health for the overall wellbeing of an individual. When the individuals in a society, community are aware, sensitive about their mental and physical wellness it carves pathways for a better world around us.

Sentence Completion

Age range: 18 years and above

What does this test tell about you?: It gives insight into an individual’s subconscious mind, about their needs, fantasies, inner conflicts, attitudes, aspirations, adjustment difficulties pertaining to themselves and life.

Description: The Sacks Sentence Completion Test measures attitude, personality and adjustment of an individual through four dimensions, i.e. family, sex, interpersonal relationships and self-concept.

Mini-Mental State Examination

Age Range: 18 and above

What does this test tell about you?:The test describes the level of cognitive functioning an individual has, i.e. the ability to think, learn and remember in order to perform a task or everyday activities. 

Description: The Mini-Mental State Examination is a measure that assesses the cognitive function of an individual based on the dimensions of orientation, attention, memory, language and visual-spatial skills.

Beck Depression Inventory

Age Range: 13 and above

What does this test tell about you?:This test assesses the level of depression an individual has, i.e. a low mood or loss of interest in activities.  

Description: The Beck Depression Inventory (BDI-II) is a 21 item questionnaire measuring the severity of depression in adolescents and adults.

The Inventory of Marital State

Age Range: 18 and above

What does this test tell about you?: This test describes the quality and state of the relationship shared between two individuals. 

Description: The Golombok Rust Inventory of Marital State (GRIMS) is a questionnaire that assesses the overall quality of the relationship between a couple who are married or living together.

Sexual Addiction Screening Test

Age range: 18 and above 

What does this test tell about you?: The test delves into an individual’s sexual attitudes, ideas, behavior and urges.

Description: The Sexual Addiction Screening Test (SAST), which has 45 items, assesses sexually compulsive or “addictive” behaviour. Developed in cooperation with hospitals, treatment programs, private therapists and community groups, the SAST provides a profile of responses that help to discriminate between addictive and non-addictive behaviour.

Emotional Wellbeing Assessments

Emotions are the fuel that drives us as humans as they are the basic need, element for everyone. Emotions can be defined as ” a strong feeling deriving from one’s circumstances, mood or relationships with others. 

Perceived Stress Scale

Age range: 12 and above

What does this test tell about you?: The test describe the level of stress an individual perceives, i.e. feelings of emotional and physical tension. 

Description: The perceived stress scale is a stress assessment instrument that helps understand how different situations affect feelings and our perceived stress.

Hamilton Anxiety Rating Scale

Age range: 12 and above 

What does this test tell about you?: This test assesses the level of anxiety being experienced by an individual, i.e. intense, excessive and persistent worry, fear about everyday situations. 

Description: This widely-used interview scale measures the severity of a patient's anxiety based on 14 parameters, including anxious mood, tension, fears, insomnia, somatic complaints and behaviour.

Brief Pain Inventory

Age range: 5 and above

What does this tell about you?: This test describes the level of pain an individual is experiencing and the degree to which their pain interferes with common dimensions of feeling and function.

Description: The Brief Pain Inventory assesses the severity of pain and its impact on functioning. This test yields separate scores for pain intensity and interference. The scale asks the patient to rank various aspects of their current pain experience and the effect that pain has on the patient’s activities of daily living.

Emotional Quotient Scale

Age range: 18 and above

What does this test tell about you?: The test describes the level of Emotional Quotient an individual possesses, i.e. the ability to understand, use, manage your own emotions and empathize with others. 

Description: The Emotional Quotient Inventory (Bar-on EQ-i 2.0) assesses the emotional intelligence of an individual based on five dimensions, i.e. self-perception, interpersonal, decision-making, self-expression, and stress management.

Aggression Questionnaire

Age range: 12 and above 

What does this test tell about you?: This test helps us understand the level of aggressive behavior an individual displays, i.e. hostile behavior that cause pain or is harmful in nature. 

Description: The Buss-Perry Aggression Questionnaire (B.P.A.Q) is the most widely used instrument testing the level of aggression an individual displays based on four dimensions, i.e. physical aggression, verbal aggression, anger and hostility.

Behavioral Risk​ Assessments

Our temperament, traits and personalities act as catalysts for our behaviour, response or reaction to people, circumstances and environment around us. Behaviour is the reflective mirror to the beliefs, cognition and thinking patterns innate to an individual. Our behaviour and attitude elucidates our progressive attitude in life. Thus, being aware of negative, positive and neutral aspects of such an important catalyst is empowering. 

Juvenile Risk Assessment Scale

Age range: 12 to 18 years

What does this test tell about you?: This test assesses the various needs and the re-offending risk of children in conflict with law/juvenile offenders. The test is applicable for any child that has come in contact with the criminal justice system in any capacity or is destitute. 

Description: The YLS/CMI (The Youth Level of Service/Case Management Inventory Scale) is a measure that assesses a juvenile offender’s risk level, identifies criminogenic needs and strengths. It has eight domains including prior and current offences; family circumstances and parenting issues; education and employment; peer relations; substance abuse; leisure and recreation; personality and behaviour; attitudes and orientation.

Short Dark Triad Scale

Age range: 18 and above

What does this tell tell about you?: The test describes the level of dark traits existing in an individual, i.e. psychopathy (characterized by impulsivity, lack of empathy, a casual disregard for others),
machiavellianism (characterized with manipulative and disregard for morality), and
Narcissism (extreme self-involvement, believing others are inferior, disregard for their needs). 

Description: The short dark triad (SD3) assesses the level of dark traits, more commonly known as socially aversive traits, in a personality. The assessment focuses on three of the most prominent dark personality traits known as the dark triad, i.e. Machiavellianism, Psychopathy and Narcissism.

Cybercrime Awareness Survey

Age range: 11 to 25 years

What does this test tell about you?: The test describes the level of awareness an individual has regarding different cyber crimes such as cyber bullying, fraud, extortion, child pornography, cyber harassment and stalking, drug trafficking and hacking. 

Description: The Cybercrime Awareness Survey measures the types and frequency of cybercrime experienced by young people, how they protect themselves from cybercrime, and relevant advice.

Fear of Crime

Age range: 18 and above

What does this test tell about you?: This test describes the level of fear of crime in an individual, i.e. the fear of being a victim of crime compared to the actual probability of being a victim. 

Description: The Fear of Crime survey assesses the fear of crime and the perceived risk of each type of crime that an individual experiences. It also measures the kinds of constraining behaviour they engage in, and the ecological, neighbouring characteristics regarding crime.  

Adolescent Thinking Styles

Age range: 18 and below

What does this test tell about you?: The test delves into the different thinking errors an individual displays, i.e. irrational beliefs that lead to uncomfortable emotions and unwanted behavior.

Description: The Adolescent Thinking Forms address thinking styles and errors among adolescents. The forms address various dimensions, i.e. personal drug use, drug culture, negative urgency, positive urgency, premeditation, attention, problem-solving efficacy, drug resistance efficacy, assertiveness, invincibility, and optimism/hope.

General Wellbeing​ Assessments

The quality of life along with satisfaction, balance in the various dimensions of general wellbeing is the essence of an individual’s life. As stated by the experts ” Wellbeing is not just the absence of a disease or illness, it’s a complex combination of a person’s physical, mental, emotional and social health factors. 

Quality of Life

Age range: 13 and above 

What does this test tell about you?: This test describes the degree to which an individual is healthy, comfortable, and able to participate, enjoy life events.

Description: The Brunnsviken Brief Quality of life scale measures importance-adjusted satisfaction in the six areas of life- leisure time, views on life, creativity, learning, friends and friendships and view of self, corresponding to a unified, latent quality of life factor.

Psychosocial Adjustment Scale

Age range: 18 and above

What does test tell about you?: This test describes the individual’s capacity to adapt to the environment and life’s changing circumstances.

Description: The Outcome Questionnaire 45 (OQ-45.2) is a measure that assesses the subjective experience and how they function in the world based on three dimensions, i.e. symptom distress, interpersonal relations and social roles.

Creativity Scale

Age range: 12 and above

What does this test tell about you?: The test describes the level of creativity possessed by an individual, i.e. the tendency to generate or recognize ideas or possibilities that help solve problems, communicate and entertain. 

Description: Kaufman Domains of Creativity Scale is a  50-item self-reported questionnaire. The items fall under the following 5 domains: Self/Everyday Creativity, Scholarly, Creativity, Performance Creativity (encompassing writing and music), Mechanical/Scientific Creativity, and Artistic Creativity.

Humour Styles Questionnaire

Age range: 14 and above

What does this test tell about you?: This test describes whether an individual uses humor positively or negatively, such as whether it is used as a way to cope or to make others laugh on one’s own expense. 

Description: The Humor Styles Questionnaire (HSQ) is a widely used assessment that identifies how an individual uses humour in life, covering four different styles, i.e. affiliative, self-enhancing, aggressive and self-defeating humour.

Types of Love

Age range: 17 and above

What does this test tell about you?: The test assesses the love style an individual adopts, i.e. the way an individual connects to a partner, what you need from them and how you express your own needs to them. 

Description: The Love-Attitudes Scale: Short Form is a measure that assesses the love style an individual has, which can be of six different types, i.e. Eros (passionate love), Ludus (game-playing love), Storge (friendship love), Pragma (practical love), Mania (possessive, dependent love), Agape (altruistic love).