College Counseling Assessments
It’s no surprise that mental health issues among college students are on the rise. Transitioning to college can be one of the most stressful times of a young adult’s life, and once a student makes the transition, the pressure doesn’t end there.
To help you identify which of your young adults are struggling — and how to help them — we have a number of mental health assessments that can be used together or separately with this specific population.
These tools can help identify outward and inward signs of adjustment difficulties such as:
- Eating issues
- Relationship difficulty
- Academic struggles
Assessments for College Students
Beck Anxiety Inventory® (BAI®) - B level
This tool measures subjective, somatic, and panic-related symptoms of anxiety and is designed to discriminate well between anxious and non-anxious diagnostic groups.
Beck Depression Inventory®-2 (BDI®-2) - B Level
This test is a widely used, reliable instrument for measuring depression and has 21 items that assess the intensity of depression in both clinical and normal patients.
Beck Hopelessness Scale® (BHS®) - B Level
A powerful predictor of eventual suicide, this scale measures three major aspects of hopelessness, and identifies individuals at risk for suicide.
Beck Scale for Suicide Ideation® (BSS®) - B Level
The BSS measures attitudes and behaviors that clinicians routinely consider when assessing a patient’s suicide risk.
MCCI is a multi-dimensional personality assessment that can help you address your struggling students' concerns and get them back to a healthy state of mind. Free trials are available for new users.
BASC-3 Rating Scales - B Level
The BASC-3 Self-Report of Personality (SRP) provides insight into a college student’s (ages 18 to 25) thoughts and feelings.
SASSI-4 features self-report screening instruments that are designed to accurately identify adolescents and adults with a high probability of having a substance use disorder (SUD).
Eating Inventory - B Level
This instrument assesses three dimensions of eating behavior: cognitive control of eating, disinhibition, and hunger to recognize and treat eating-related disorders.
Sample reports for some of our college assessments: