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Anxiety Symptom Screener 


Purpose: This assessment is designed to determine whether a person presently has, or is at risk for developing an anxiety disorder.


No. of questions: 42

Question type: Self-report

Estimated completion time: 10 minutes


Report Includes:

  • Summary

  • Introduction

  • Graphs

  • Detailed narrative interpretation

  • Areas of concern

  • Advice

Factors and Scales

Overall Score plus 5 scales:

  • Generalized Anxiety: A state of continuous apprehension and anticipation of something horrible, characterized by excessive anxiety and unrealistic worry.

  • Physiological Symptoms: Somatic manifestations of anxiety such as fatigue, tension, digestive problems, palpitations or pounding heart, sweating, etc.

  • Mood Instability: Level of mood instability (mental agitation and psychological distress).

  • Existential Anxiety: Anxiety state related to personal mortality, self-acceptance, guilt, and meaninglessness.

  • Ruminations: Recurrent thoughts that are distressing and disturbing.



  • Generalized Anxiety

  • Physiological Symptoms

  • Mood Instability

  • Existential Anxiety

  • Ruminations



  • Therapy and Counseling

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