The Snapclarity mental health assessment screens for level of risk (high, moderate, and low/mild) for 13 commonly diagnosed mental health disorders. For each of these disorders, you will be asked a series of questions to assess your level of risk. It is important to remember that the assessment outcomes are NOT a diagnosis. Rather, this information is simply provided for to users for informational purposes and is used to match you with a qualified and appropriate therapist.
The results of your Snapclarity mental health assessment are broken down into three main sections: Those disorders you scored "high risk" for, those you scored "moderate risk" for, and those you scored "low or mild risk for".
You will notice that your assessment results include the questions and your answers for each of the separate disorders. For those disorders you scored higher risk on, you will see a longer list of questions and your answers. For those disorders you scored lower risk on, you will see a shorter list of questions and your answers. This shorter list is because once the assessment flags someone as low risk, they are then skipped ahead to the next disorder question set.
We understand that the results of your mental health assessment are long. We are aiming to find a way to present the results in a more succinct way.