If you think you may have a problem in one of these areas, feel free to complete the self-screening questionnaires available.
Substance abuse is the repeated use of alcohol and/or other drugs accompanied by a failure to fulfill one's major responsibilities related to school, work, friends, family or other roles and/or repeated use in situations that are physically hazardous; and/or repeated legal problems. Here is a brief screening test for adolescent substance abuse.
Everyone feels anxious and stressed at times due to certain situations like academic stress, meeting deadlines, important social situations, family or relationship stress or driving in heavy traffic. Here is a brief screening test to see if you or someone you know is suffering from anxiety.
Major depression is a serious medical illness affecting 15 million adults in the U.S. Unlike normal sadness or loss, depression is persistent, and can significantly interfere with an individual's functioning.
Fairfield University's Eating Disorder Treatment Coordination Team provides a multidisciplinary approach to treatment, and oversees the physical well-being and psychological health of students struggling with eating disorders. The team is comprised of clinicians from Counseling & Psychological Services, the Health Center, and other professionals as needed. Treatment plans are individualized for each student depending on their needs.