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The different test on this page are NOT a substitute of a diagnoses made by a professional therapist, pshycologist or pshyciatrist, nor do they claim to be.
They might however give you some idea as to whether or not you may have OCD. Although, similar symptoms may be contributed to very different conditions, thus the importance of a professional's advice.

  • OCD Tools.
    The following pages are provided as an informational resource for persons with OCD and as a tool for clinicians in the diagnosis and treatment of OCD.
    From the OC & Spectrum Disorders Association WebSite.

  • The Florida Obsessive-Compulsive Inventory OCD Screening Test.
    Below is the OCF's electronic version of Dr. Wayne Goodman's FOCI OCD Screening Test, provided to help you self-determine if you have any clinical obsessive/compulsive tendencies.

  • Anxiety Disorder Flow Chart.
    Are the symptoms due directly to a General Medical Condition?

  • The Padua Inventory: a quiz for OCD.
    Dr. Ian Osborn recommends the following test to screen for obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD).
    From the Web Archive of the Seatlle Times Company: Lifestyles : Friday, April 17, 1998.

  • A Screening Test for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder.
    People who have Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) experience recurrent, unpleasant thoughts (obsessions) and feel driven to perform certain acts over and over again (compulsions). Although sufferers usually recognize that the obsessions and compulsions are senseless or excessive, the symptoms of OCD often prove difficult to control without proper treatment. Obsessions and compulsions are not pleasurable; on the contrary, they, are a source of distress. The following questions are designed to help people determine if they have symptoms of OCD and could benefit from professional help.
    From the NIMH, the National Institute of Mental Health WebSite.

    Use this brief screening measure to help determine if you need to see a mental health professional for diagnosis and treatment of OCD (obsessive-compulsive disorder).

  • Diagnosis Program. Online diagnosis of this disorder is available at MyTherapy.com , Dr. Phillip Long's other website.
    From the Internet Mental Health WebSite.

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