"Everything is a learning process: any time you fall over, it's just teaching you to stand up the next time."

Joel Edgerton

Free Mental Health Screening Tools

Receive free, online, and anonymous mental health screening evaluations right from the privacy of your own home.  These are non-diagnostic, informational-only evaluations and do not include treatment recommendations.  They can help clients who are ambivalent or "on the fence" about whether or not to pursue counseling make a decision.  Results can be emailed to you and shared with me during our telephone consultation or initial counseling session.  

The following screening evaluations are available:

- Alcohol Use

- Substance Use

- Gambling

- Depression

- Generalized Anxiety Disorder

- Post-traumatic Stress Disorder

Disclaimer:  By clicking the link below, you acknowledge that these are not diagnostic instruments and are only to be used within the context of your medical treatment and by individuals over the age of 18 years old.  Share your checklist responses and assessment with your physician or counselor. The Counseling Center, LLC, and all sponsoring partners disclaim any liability, loss, or risk incurred as a consequence, directly or indirectly, from the use and application of this material.


Education Videos

Reward Pathways in the Brain

This video explains the reward pathways in the brain and discusses why people continue to use drugs and alcohol despite negative consequences.

Anxiety Disorders

This clip from the documentary Pleasure Unwoven explores exciting new research on the brain and addiction.

Guided Meditation

Guided meditation has been shown to have an effect on your overall cognitive abilities, helping you to focus more, have more concentration, develop skills quicker, and increase your memory. It may help improve mental well-being and can reduce depression and anxiety. It can help to lower blood pressure and reduce stress.

Education Materials

Internet Resources

Stigma Never Helps Campaign

Do You Speak Stigma?

Stories of Stigma