Social Anxiety Self Assessment

Is it possible that I suffer from Social Anxiety?
I therapy is pleased to offer this Anxiety Self-Assessment. Remember, no self-test is conclusive, nor do they replace a formal diagnostic assessment by a licensed mental health professional. While many people experience brief anxiety caused by stressful events such as speaking in public or taking a test, millions of people suffer from such high anxiety it interferes with their daily life.

Social Anxiety Self Test

Is it possible that I suffer from Social Anxiety?

Anxiety disorders affect about 40 million (or 18%) American adults over 18. For them, the constant fear and worry are overwhelming and can be crippling. Symptoms may last six months or more and can get worse if not treated. To learn more about Social Anxiety and to get in touch with one of iTherapy’s counselors visit Education and Resources Page for Anxiety.

Is it possible that I have symptoms of Soical Anxiety?

INSTRUCTIONS: Evaluate your level of fear in the following situations.

  1. Telephoning in Public

    No Fear     Mild Fear     Moderate Fear     Severe Fear

  2. Participating in Small Groups

    No Fear     Mild Fear     Moderate Fear     Severe Fear

  3. Eating in Public Places

    No Fear     Mild Fear     Moderate Fear     Severe Fear

  4. Drinking with Others in Public Places

    No Fear     Mild Fear     Moderate Fear     Severe Fear

  5. Talking to People in Authority

    No Fear     Mild Fear     Moderate Fear     Severe Fear

  6. Acting, Performing, or Giving a Talk in Front of an Audience

    No Fear     Mild Fear     Moderate Fear     Severe Fear

0% Complete

Your responses are private. and are not viewed by a clinician. If you feel like you need help visit Education and Resources for Anxiety Page to learn more about Anxiety 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. Going to a Party

    No Fear     Mild Fear     Moderate Fear     Severe Fear

  2. Working While Being Observed

    No Fear     Mild Fear     Moderate Fear     Severe Fear

  3. Writing While Being Observed

    No Fear     Mild Fear     Moderate Fear     Severe Fear

  4. Calling Someone You Don’t Know Very Well

    No Fear     Mild Fear     Moderate Fear     Severe Fear

  5. Talking with People You Don’t Know Very Well

    No Fear     Mild Fear     Moderate Fear     Severe Fear

  6. Meeting Strangers

    No Fear     Mild Fear     Moderate Fear     Severe Fear

25% Complete

Your responses are private. and are not viewed by a clinician. If you feel like you need help visit Education and Resources for Anxiety Page to learn more about Anxiety 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. Urinating in a Public Bathroom

    No Fear     Mild Fear     Moderate Fear     Severe Fear

  2. Entering a Room When Others are Already Seated

    No Fear     Mild Fear     Moderate Fear     Severe Fear

  3. Being the Center of Attention

    No Fear     Mild Fear     Moderate Fear     Severe Fear

  4. Speaking Up at a Meeting

    No Fear     Mild Fear     Moderate Fear     Severe Fear

  5. Taking a Written Test

    No Fear     Mild Fear     Moderate Fear     Severe Fear

  6. Expressing Appropriate Disagreement or Disapproval to People You Don’t Know Very Well

    No Fear     Mild Fear     Moderate Fear     Severe Fear

50% Complete

Your responses are private. and are not viewed by a clinician. If you feel like you need help visit Education and Resources for Anxiety Page to learn more about Anxiety 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. Looking at People You Don’t Know Very Well in Their Eyes

    No Fear     Mild Fear     Moderate Fear     Severe Fear

  2. Giving a Report to a Group

    No Fear     Mild Fear     Moderate Fear     Severe Fear

  3. Trying to Pick Up Someone (for a date)

    No Fear     Mild Fear     Moderate Fear     Severe Fear

  4. Returning Goods to a Store Where Returns Are Normally Accepted

    No Fear     Mild Fear     Moderate Fear     Severe Fear

  5. Throwing or Hosting a Party

    No Fear     Mild Fear     Moderate Fear     Severe Fear

  6. Resisting a High Pressure Sales Person

    No Fear     Mild Fear     Moderate Fear     Severe Fear

75% Complete

Your responses are private. and are not viewed by a clinician. If you feel like you need help visit Education and Resources for Anxiety Page to learn more about Anxiety 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 for Anxiety Page to learn more about anxiety 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