Snapclarity’s mental health assessment looks at mental health from a variety of angles. This includes your overall well-being, level of functioning on a day-to-day basis, and symptoms that may lead you to experience distress.
More specifically, the assessment explores your level of risk (mild, moderate or severe ) for 13 mental health disorders. These include: generalized anxiety disorder, social anxiety disorder, mood disorder (or depression), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, panic disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, bipolar disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, anger disorder, alcohol use disorder, substance use disorder, sleep disorders, and eating disorders.
After you complete the Snapclarity mental health assessment, a personalized care plan is created. This actionable plan includes your assessment results, as well as potential treatment interventions for each disorder.
The potential treatment interventions include life Interventions, psychological services, and medication strategy to help you understand what experts have recommended to manage these risk factors:
- Life Interventions inform members about everyday activities they can engage in that may help improve their mental health.
- Psychological services inform members about what types of psychotherapeutic or counselling approaches would be potentially effective for the specific mental health disorder.
- A medication strategy educates members about the first-line medications that have shown symptom reduction in clinical research, as a way to encourage discussion with your physician. This information is provided only when a member has scored high risk for a particular disorder.
It is very important to note, that the treatment options provided are in no way prescriptive or exhaustive. Rather, members should consult their primary healthcare provider when making decisions about treatment.