Online Self-Assessment Tools

Confidential Questionnaires

Self Evaluation Online Screening
This free screening is available to the Centenary College community for people who have concerns regarding depression, eating disorders or their use of alcohol.

The questionnaire is taken anonymously and can be completed in just a few minutes.

Upon completion you will find out whether a professional consultation would be helpful to you. If you wish to discuss your results, print out you're your survey and make an appointment at the Counseling Center.

Internet Addiction
Internet addiction is defined as any  online-related, compulsive behavior ( sex, gambling, gaming, etc.) that  interferes with normal living and causes severe stress on family, friends, loved ones, and one's work/school environment. It is a compulsive behavior that completely dominates the one's life.  The Internet becomes more important than family, friends, and work.  It becomes the organizing principle of one's life.

Take a confidential online test to assess your Internet behaviors.

Eating Disorder
An eating disorder is not about food. Individuals may use food to hide or mask emotional discomfort just as easily as alcohol or drugs. But while drugs and alcohol can be avoided, food is necessary for life. An eating disorder can cause unpleasant and even life threatening health problems that affect both men and women.

If you feel you have an eating disorder, then take this confidential questionnaire: http://www.mentalhealthscreening.org/screening/Default.aspx?&n=1

Password: centenary

Or, contact the Centenary counseling center: farmerl@centenarycollege.edu

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Contact Information

Office Hours: 9am to 5pm Monday through Friday

Emergencies: Call ext. 2125 any time day or night

Location: The Wellness Center for Counseling and Health - 605 Grand Avenue

Lorna S. Farmer, MSW, LCSW
Director of the Counseling Center
The Wellness Center for Counseling and Health
605 Grand Avenue
Phone: 908-852-1400 ext. 2125
Email: farmerl@centenarycollege.edu