For informational purposes only, the University Counseling Center offers access to online screening Tools.
Note: These screening tools are meant to be indicators only and do not replace a full assessment by a qualified clinician. If you are at all worried about your results we urge you to seek help from a mental health professional or call the Counseling Center 607-777-2772 to schedule an appointment.
You may also want to take the online ULifeline Self-Evaluator test. This is an anonymous resource that provides information about emotional health and ways to help yourself or a friend if you’re struggling with your thoughts or feelings. You’ll need to select your school and the tool will provide information about the resources available there. (Binghamton University is listed alphabetically under "SUNY.")
We hope the counseling-related resources provided on this page will be helpful to you. However, keep in mind that direct, face-to-face counseling by the professionally trained staff at the University Counseling Center can’t be replaced by this (or any other) website tool. So whatever the nature of the problem you’re struggling with, we recommend and hope you’ll contact us for additional assistance or to get formal counseling by our staff professionals. You can always reach the University Counseling Center at 607-777-2772.
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