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PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder) Test

You are taking this assessment to see where you fall regarding Anxiety, Depression, PTSD, and Stress. Cindy will review your responses to your questions and provide you with options and opportunities to assist you in finding the right workshop that fits your needs. 

 

Mindful Yoga for Anxiety, Depression, PTSD, and Stress is created and intended for educational purpose in mindfulness, human potential, and consciousness. Cynthia Beers is a 500-hour yoga teacher with training in anxiety, depression, and PTSD and is not a licensed therapist, counselor or social worker.  

 

Cynthia Beers believe self-knowledge is a human right and offering information to users regarding their own biological processes can form the foundation of a more positive, empowered, and wellness-oriented life. This is a good thing. It helps align with the intent of the program to make the world a better place. 

 

Complete the following to get an assessment on the likelihood that you or someone you love is showing signs of post traumatic stress disorder. All answers supplied are kept strictly confidential.

 

Article by:

  • Arnold Lieber, MD

 

Instructions: Below is a list of problems and complaints that people sometimes have in response to stressful life experiences. Please read each one carefully, and indicate how much you've been bothered by that problem in the past month.

Little interest or pleasure in doing things

Feeling down, depressed, or hopeless

Trouble falling or staying asleep, or sleeping too much

Feeling tired or having little energy

Poor appetite or overeating

Feeling bad about yourself - or that you are a failure or have let yourself or your family down

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Disclaimer Yoga for Mental Health is created and intended for educational purpose in mindfulness, human potential, and consciousness. Cynthia Beers is a 500-hour yoga teacher with training in anxiety, depression, and PTSD and is not a licensed therapist, counselor or social worker. Cynthia Beers believe self-knowledge is a human right and offering information to users regarding their own biological processes can form the foundation of a more positive, empowered, and wellness-oriented life. This is a good thing. It helps align with the intent of the program to make the world a better place.