Self-Test

“Self-Test” is a self-screening test that serves to help each individual their mental health status. Among the test you can take:

  1. Patient Health Questionnaire (PHQ)
  2. Depression, Anxiety & Stress Scale (DASS)
  3. Copenhagen Burnout Inventories (CBI)
  4. World Health Organization Disability Assessment Schedule (WHODAS)

The results of these tests can be used as a guide in identifying early symptoms and indicators for treatment needs. Nevertheless, the results of these screening tests are diagnosis and require referral to a professional for further evaluation.

Patient Health Questionaire (PHQ-9)

Patient Health Questionnaire (PHQ-9) consist of 9-question instrument to screen for presence and severity of depression. For diagnosis, we recommend you to consult the professional for further assessment.

Do you have symptoms of depression?

Depression, Anxiety & Stress Scale (DASS)

Depression, Anxiety & Stress Scale (DASS) is 21-item questionnaires designed to measure the current mental health and emotional states, identifying Depression, Anxiety or Stress.

Are you experiencing symptoms of depression, anxiety or stress?

Copenhagen Burnout Inventory (CBI)

Aimed to identify the magnitude and types of burnout seen in staff. Burnout is a state of prolonged physical and psychological exhaustion. CBI is able to identify 3 types of burnout, which are ;

  • Personal Burnout: ┬áProlonged state of physical and psychological exhaustion suffered by an individual
  • Work-Related Burnout: Prolonged state of physical and psychological exhaustion suffered related to workload
  • Client-Related Burnout: Prolonged state of physical and psychological exhaustion suffered related to clients

Are you experiencing burnout or exhaustion?

World Health Organization Disability Assessment Schedule (WHODAS)

World Health Organization Disability Assessment Schedule (WHODAS) is a tool that assesses disability in adults age 18 years and above. It is intended to help to understand difficulty of one has in the specific areas of functioning during the past 30 days which include understanding and communication, getting around, self care, getting along with people, life activities and participation in society.

Do you have any difficulty in communicating, socializing, life activities as well as self care?

Mentari Info

MENTARI is a new approach initiated by the Ministry of Health Malaysia (MOH) to improve outreach and re-integration of people with mental health problems into the community.

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MENTARI HQ @ Selayang

LG Lot 25B,26,27 Selayang Capitol Kompleks, Selayang – Kepong Highway, 68100 Kuala Lumpur

03-6127 0946

mentari.hq@moh.gov.my