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Mental Health Screening Questionnaire

If you're curious about your mental health and/or are questioning if counseling might be a good choice for you, please take the anonymous mental health screening questionnaire linked below. Your responses to this questionnaire are completely anonymous and any information CAPS receives cannot be linked to any individual (the data is deidentified and aggregate). The questionnaire is 36 questions and when you've completed the survey, you will automatically get a report that will show you what your answers may mean. The report is broken down into 7 areas of the most common mental health issues that college students face. Keep in mind that the report will only be meaningful if you are as honest and open as you can be in your responses to the questions.

A list of resources will be provided at the end of the report. CAPS is listed as the first resource. If you are a currently enrolled CSUSB student and you have any concerns or questions about your report, give us a call to schedule an appointment to speak with a counselor. If you want to speak to someone urgently, you will see that all of the resources are available 24/7. If you are not a currently enrolled CSUSB student, all of the other resources listed are community resources and available to anyone. Finally, if you would like to keep your report, you will need to save it or print it as you won't be able to get back to it once you leave the page.

To access the questionnaire, follow this link: CCAPS-Screen

The CCAPS-Screen (Counseling Center Assessment of Psychological Symptoms) was developed by the Center for Collegiate Mental Health (CCMH). CCMH is a collaborative Practice Research Network with over 650 college and university counseling centers contributing to their efforts, and the outcome of this collaboration has been one of the nation's largest databases on college student mental health. CSUSB CAPS is proud to be one of the participating universities so that we can provide to our students high quality mental health services.


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