Our range of Therapy Assessments are designed for use in a wide range of counselling and intervention scenarios by professional counsellors and therapists.
Multidimensional Emotional Intelligence Assessment a self-assessment for career counselling and educational opportunity planning.
Use the Raven’s Progressive Matrices to measure non-verbal mental ability, identify individuals with advanced observation and thinking skills who can handle the complexity and ambiguity of the modern workplace.
The Self-Esteem Assessment – 2nd Revision evaluates an individual’s general level of self-esteem and assess whether their self-image could use improvement.
The Emotional Eating Behavior Assessment is designed to assess a person’s tendency to eat for reasons other than hunger. It will evaluate the underlying reasons for over-eating.
The Psychological Hardiness Profile – Revised – Therapy Version evaluates three key factors that form the basis of psychological hardiness, and assesses whether a person is able to deal with setbacks and hardships.
The Canadian Adult Achievement Test is an educator’s diagnostic tool to help assess and adult learner’s abilities before placing them into an on-going educational stream. We’re sorry, we no longer offer this test. For alternatives, please see our Education category.
The School Motivation and Learning Strategies Inventory (SMALSI) is a quick, cost-effective way to identify students who may have ineffective or poorly developed learning strategies, low levels of academic motivation, attention and concentration problems, difficulties with test-taking, or test anxiety.
Use The Nonverbal Personality Questionnaire to assess normal adults in counseling, research and business settings focusing on 16 different personality traits.
The Differential Aptitude Tests™ measure general and specific mental abilities for a wide range of occupational applications including: Space Relations, Problem Solving, Verbal Reasoning, etc. Similar to DAT but normed for use in Canada. Replaced with the DAT Next Generation.
Use the NEO Five-Factor Inventory to help you understand an individual’s basic emotional, interpersonal, experiential, attitudinal, and motivational styles.
The two Burnout Symptom Screener tests will assess whether a non-service person is at risk of developing burnout, and whether a person working in the service industry is at risk of developing burnout.
The Brief Mental Health Evaluation Series offers 4 separate tests that screen for a variety of mental health disorders and other issues that can impact well-being.
Use the Vocational Preference Inventory to help to quickly assess career interests in youth, young and mature adults.
The Type A Personality Profile – 2nd Revision assesses whether a person possesses the hallmark behavioral characteristics of the Type A Personality.
The Personality Research Form measures 22 personality traits of normal functioning for use in employee selection, sports psychology, and in clinics. NOTE: This is a B-Level Test.
An emotionally intelligent employee and/or manager can be an asset in any company and field. The Multidimensional Emotional Intelligence Quotient – 9th Revision will assess 5 key competencies.
The condensed version of the Multidimensional Emotional Intelligence Quotient – 7th Revision – Abridged evaluates the numerous aspects that make up emotional intelligence, defined as the ability to deal with one’s own and other people’s emotions. This can be used as a valuable tool in therapy.
The Anger Management Questionnaire assesses how a person deals with anger-inducing situations of various intensity and significance.
The Coping Skills Assessment identifies how people cope with stress and what their predominant coping strategies are.
The Career Thoughts Inventory helps improve the effectiveness of career counseling and guidance and identify the nature of an individual’s career problems.
The Parenting Style Profile is designed to identify a person’s parenting style, based on the level of responsiveness and demandingness he or she provides.
The Multidimensional Emotional Intelligence Quotient – Human Resources Version has been linked to professional success. This test evaluates the core traits that make up emotional intelligence.
Use the Shipley Institute of Living Scale-2 when you need to obtain quick ability estimates, screen for cognitive dysfunction, or qualify participants for research studies.
The Depression Symptom Screener is designed to determine whether a person presently has, or is at risk for developing, a depressive disorder. It also evaluates whether his or her mindset makes him or her more prone to depression.
The Anxiety Symptom Screener is designed to determine whether a person presently has or is at risk for developing an anxiety disorder.
Use the Work Readiness Profile to assess individuals with disabilities and identify what people can do, rather than what they can not do.
The Kenexa Healthcare Tests are designed to test a candidate’s skills or personality. These tests can be used to analyze a candidate’s practical knowledge of something such as Microsoft Word or to examine personality traits.
Use the O’Connor Finger Dexterity Test as an accurate and objective measurement of manual dexterity for rapid manipulation of small objects, as in assembly line work.
Use the Thomas–Kilmann Conflict Mode to learn how different conflict-handling modes or styles affect personal and group dynamics and for learning how to select the most appropriate style for a given situation.
The Personality Self-Portrait (PSP™) illustrates the wide range of normal personality styles that combine to create each individual’s unique personality profile, and demonstrates how each personality style influences relationships, work, and home life.