OCD AND ANXIETY
“People with PTSD may feel stuck, scared, and depressed. But there is hope. They can learn to recognize their strength and courage, and build skills to make life meaningful.”
- Dr. Chad Wetterneck, PhD
Clinical supervisor for Rogers Behavioral Health
Living with the paralyzing reminders of a past trauma can make even the simple things in life seem difficult. With a unique and intensive evidence-based PTSD treatment program, Rogers Behavioral Health is here to help you.
Call 800-767-4411 or request a free screening.
The questions below can help determine if you are behaving in a way that demonstrates a tendency toward PTSD. While helpful, it is not intended to be a comprehensive diagnosis or to diagnose posttraumatic stress disorder.
1. Have you ever experienced or witnessed a life-threatening event (includes perceived-to-be life-threatening events, e.g., physical assault, unwanted sexual experience/assault, accident, unexpected loss of a loved one, life-threatening medical illness, aftermath of life-threatening event or death, etc.)?
2. Do you experience recurrent nightmares or flashbacks of the event, feeling as though you’re in the life-threatening situation again?
3. Do you typically avoid places, people, activities or other things that remind you of the event?
4. Do you often feel on edge or anxious often?
5. Do you tend not to go out in public?
6. Do you feel depressed and alone?
7. Do you engage in risky behaviors, such as substance use, gambling, driving fast, etc.?
Your responses indicate that you may have symptoms of PTSD or another mental health issue. While the results of this quiz cannot verify a diagnosis, you can request a free screening or call 800-767-4411 to learn more.
Your responses indicate that you do not have symptoms of PTSD. If you are still concerned, you can request a free screening or call 800-767-4411 to learn more.