Mental Health Assessment
A mental health assessment is a powerful tool for both you and your counselor. The assessment provides baseline information about issues you may be struggling with and your expectations for therapy. This process will also help your counselor design a therapy strategy that will be most useful for you, and which will address your needs and concerns. If your services are not perfectly suited for you, someone here at Michigan Counseling Centers may refer you to another professional who can help.
Safe and Confidential Service
Your mental health assessment is confidential medical information and will not be shared with any third party. The information is used solely to assess your physical, mental, and emotional state in order to develop an effective psychotherapy plan.
What is a Mental Health Assessment?
Each counselor at Michigan Counseling Centers is prepared to help you with your obstacles. Our counselors are highly-trained, licensed professionals using specialized experience to help you overcome life struggles, resolve family conflict or treat mood disorders.
What is a mental health assessment for?
A mental health assessment will help your counselor identify treatments that might be effective for you, your partner, or your family. It will also help your counselor apply the treatments to your unique situation. Try to answer these questions honestly and with the best information you have. This will give your counselor a better framework to design a therapy plan.
Confused about a question?
If you are not sure about a question or you don’t understand it, simply answer to the best of your ability. Keep in mind that the mental health assessment is designed to provide a picture of your current state, and there are no right or wrong answers.
Taking a Mental Health Assessment in Bloomfield Hills or Taylor, Michigan
If you are considering therapy to help cope with or overcome any of the following, a mental health assessment will help you start out on the right foot.
- Anger Management
- Behavior Issues
- Substance Abuse Issues
- Employment Issues
- Family Issues
- Grief Counseling
- Life Transition Counseling
- Marriage Counseling
- Teen/Adolescent Issues
Start with the questionnaire or, if you’re not sure, contact us for more information.