How Do I Feel?
When you've been stressed out and not feeling quite like yourself it can be difficult to know what to do.
To help you check your stress levels and see if you might benefit from learning specific tools to improve the way you feel, we have developed this free and anonymous Take a Test Tool.
It will show you whether your feelings of stress, anxiety, or low mood are within a healthy range and make suggestions on a course which may benefit you.
If you’d like to get some guidance on what to do, please complete the first questionnaire, known as the K10, in our Take a Test tool above.
After the K10, you’ll have an option to complete a number of other questionnaires, which measure feelings related to specific mood and anxiety conditions. There are a total of 41 questions that will assist our system in recommending a course of action based on your answers.
We’ve also put together some comprehensive fact sheets in our How Do You Feel section, to help you learn about different mental health conditions and what can be done to ease distress and improve well-being.
Please note: Our Take a Test tool is fully automated and anonymous - your responses are not checked nor monitored. This tool is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice and is not a clinically diagnostic tool. The diagnosis of a clinical condition can only be undertaken in person by a qualified healthcare professional. THIS WAY UP courses are designed for adults who are experiencing persistent feelings of anxiety and depression.
This is a decision support tool regarding which courses you may find suitable, please note some of our courses incur a registration fee.
These courses are not recommended for people who have been diagnosed as having schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, or who are dependent on drugs or alcohol. They are not recommended for people who take sedatives (like valium) daily, or for people who are thinking about committing suicide and could be better being seen by a clinician. All these people should take medical advice before embarking on web-based courses.