Stress Coping Skills Self Assessment

Stress affects people from all walks of life. The level of stress in our lives is dependent upon individual factors such as our physical health, the quality of our interpersonal relationships and the responsibilities we carry. Living a stress-free life is unrealistic since stress is found in everyday occurrences. iTherapy is happy to offer this Stress Coping Skills Self Test for your use.

Stress Coping Skills Self Test

Is there stress in your life and are you wondering about your ability to handle it?

This test was created largely on the basis of results compiled by clinicians and researchers who tried to identify how people effectively cope with stress. It is an educational tool, designed to help inform you of the most effective and healthy ways to cope. Answer the questions below to begin:

  1. Do you feel you have supportive family around you?

    Yes     No

  2. Do you actively pursue a hobby?

    Yes     No

  3. Do you belong to a social or activity group in which you participate more than once a month?

    Yes     No

  4. Are you within 10 pounds of your “ideal” body weight, considering your height and bone structure?

    Yes     No

  5. Do you practice some form of “deep relaxation” at least fivetimes a week. Deep relaxation includes meditation, progressive muscle relaxation, imagery and yoga.

    Yes     No

0% Complete

Your responses are private and they are not viewed by a clinician. If you feel like you need help visit Education and Resources Page for Stress Management to learn more about Stress Management 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. On average, how many times a week do you exercise for 30 minutes or longer?

    0     1     2     3     4     5 6     7

  2. How many nutritionally balanced and wholesome meals do you eat during an average day? A nutritionally balanced meal is low in fat and high in vegetables, fruits and whole-grain products.

    0     1     2     3    

  3. Do you do something you really enjoy and which is “just for you” during an average week?

    Yes     No    

  4. Do you have a place in your home to which you can go to relax or be by yourself?

    Yes     No    

  5. Do you practice time management techniques daily?

    Yes     No    

33% Complete

Your responses are private and they are not viewed by a clinician. If you feel like you need help visit Education and Resources Page for Stress Management to learn more about Stress Management 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. How many packs of cigarettes do you smoke during an average day?

    0     1     2     3     4    

  2. During an average week, how many evenings do you use any form of medication or chemical substance, including alcohol, to help you sleep?

    0     1     2     3     4     5     6     7    

  3. During an average week, how many days do you consume any form of medication or chemical substance, including alcohol, to reduce anxiety or just to calm down?

    0     1     2     3     4     5     6     7    

  4. During an average week, how many evenings do you bring work home – work meant to be done at your place of employment?

    0     1     2     3     4     5     6     7    

66% Complete

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