Agoraphobia Self-Assessment

iTherapy is please to offer this interactive Agoraphobia Self-Assessment.
A disorder that causes panic attacks triggered by being in places or situations from which escape might be difficult or embarrassing, or in which help isn’t readily available. Being outside the home, large crowds and long lines can all invoke fear for the agoraphobic.

Agoraphobia Self Test

Is it possible that I am suffering from Agoraphobia?

Answer the questions below:

  1. Do you have a fear of being in wide open spaces such as simply going outside your home? Yes     No
  2. Do you fear open spaces to the point that possibly you have become “housebound”? Yes     No
  3. Do you have a “safe zone” that you escape to? Yes     No
  4. Do you fear getting stuck in a line at the store or bank?Yes     No

0% Complete

Your responses are private. and are not viewed by a clinician. If you feel like you need help visit Education and Resources Page for Agoraphobia to learn more about Agoraphobia and to get in touch with one of iTherapy’s counselors.

Remember, no self-test is conclusive, nor do they replace a formal diagnostic assessment by a licensed mental health professional. For a formal diagnostic assessment by an iTherapy approved professional please visit Find a Counselor page

  1. Do you fear getting stuck on a bridge and not being able to escape? Yes     No
  2. Do you fear being in a crowded area to the point you do whatever it takes to avoid it? Yes     No
  3. Do you dread having a panic attack in these situations? Yes     No
  4. Is your worst fear not being able to escape from the situation? Yes     No

33% Complete

Your responses are private. and are not viewed by a clinician. If you feel like you need help visit Education and Resources Page for Agoraphobia to learn more about Agoraphobia and to get in touch with one of iTherapy’s counselors.

Remember, no self-test is conclusive, nor do they replace a formal diagnostic assessment by a licensed mental health professional. For a formal diagnostic assessment by an iTherapy approved professional please visit Find a Counselor page

  1. Do you know this type of fear is irrational, but you can’t seem to stop thinking about it? Yes     No
  2. Are these fears so paralyzing that you have chest pains, nausea, dizziness, hot or cold flashes, or feelings of unreality? Yes     No
  3. If you do not fear open or public places, is there another fear that is causing you to have similar symptoms? Yes     No

66% Complete

Your responses are private. and are not viewed by a clinician. If you feel like you need help visit Education and Resources Page for Agoraphobia to learn more about Agoraphobia and to get in touch with one of iTherapy’s counselors.

Remember, no self-test is conclusive, nor do they replace a formal diagnostic assessment by a licensed mental health professional. For a formal diagnostic assessment by an iTherapy approved professional please visit Find a Counselor page

 
 

 

Your responses are private and are not viewed by a clinician. If you feel like you need help visit Education and Resources Page for Agoraphobia to learn more about Agoraphobia and to get in touch with one of iTherapy’s counselors.

Remember, no self-test is conclusive, nor do they replace a formal diagnostic assessment by a licensed mental health professional. For a formal diagnostic assessment by an iTherapy approved professional please visit Find a Counselor page