How Are You Doing?

Check in on your wellbeing

It’s healthy to check in on ourselves now and then. It can help us identify areas which may need attention to improve our health and wellbeing.

The simple checklists in this factsheet will help you check in on how you’re faring.

Before you begin…

This brochure will ask you a series of questions about your health and wellbeing. Based on your answers, you will be given some feedback and advice.

Answer as honestly as you can for the most accurate results. The results are a guide and meant to be used as part of your decision making process. You are the expert on your body and life: take whatever action you feel is right for you.

These tests have been adapted from the open-source Psycheck screening tool for mental health symptoms, and the criteria from the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders 5th Edition (DSM-5) for substance use disorders.

The tests & their results

The tests can give you feedback, but they cannot provide a diagnosis. The results are a guide rather than a set of instructions. If the results don’t feel right to you, that’s okay. Take any action that meets your needs.

If any questions in the checklist raise concerns about your wellbeing, you can always reach out for help and guidance. Take a look at the back of this brochure for services that can provide support.

Think of the checklists as a guide rather than instructions. If you are worried, help is available.