Self-Assessment Screenings

These Self-Assessment Screenings may help you recognize and identify problematic behaviors and uncomfortable feelings. They are screening instruments and are not intended for diagnostic purposes. If screening results suggest follow-up intervention, you are encouraged to make an appointment with a mental health professional for further evaluation.

You may contact us at mcnultys@felician.edu, boylem@felician.edu, and murrayk@felician.edu, or 201-559-3587, 201-559-3503 or 201-559-3329, or stop by to schedule an appointment.

Mental Health Screening

The Counseling Center of Felician University welcomes you to these online screenings for Anxiety, Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Eating Disorders, and Alcohol Issues. Each screening is anonymous and made available to all in our University community. These interactive screenings are provided so that you may find out, in a few minutes, whether or not professional consultation might be helpful for you.

Mental Health Screening  
ULifeline

ULifeline is a website where you may learn more about your thoughts and feelings and find resources to understand and improve your well being. This website specifically addresses suicide and maintains a 24/7 telephone hotline. By visiting ULifeline.org you may take an anonymous screening for yourself or for someone you are concerned about, and you may research mental health conditions and locate resources on university campuses.

ULifeline