Welcome to this page where we attemted to collected various self-assessment tools (which we update and revise regularly) to help you sort out your own problems along with your own inner resources that are essential in problem-solving!

Self mapping

Where are you heading? Working with the following inventories may help you to see more clearly about your current resources, and mental state. As you know we bring a lot of good and maladaptive "stuff" from our families and social circles etc. that we need to be aware of. There are times we do need to weed out our inner garden!

What are my values?

  • In-house self inventory - for values, behaviors and beliefs
  • Clarifying Your Work Values
  • What kind of personality do I have?

  • New Personality Self-Portrait (NPSP)
  • Myers–Briggs Type Indicator
  • DISC Personality Testing - my relationships
  • Cognitive Dynamics
  • What kind of internal resources do I have?

  • Functional Skills: Knowing Your Strengths
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    Do I have dysfunctional issues from my childhood that would need my attention?

  • Adverse childhood experience (ACE)
  • How am I feeling now?

  • Beck depression assessment tool
  • Burn-out assessment tool
  • Other types of tests, assessments etc.

  • Interactive sleep quiz
  • Panic Attack Test
  • Social Anxiety, Social Phobia Test
  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder test
  • Scoff Test - for screening for eating disorder
  • What is my Emotional - EQ?
  • Career questions..?

  • Holland Occupational - (IIP RIASEC)
  • Interest Profiler
  • Self-Directed Search (SDS)
  • Self-Assessment Roadmap (overview)
  • What is your learning style?

    Knowing how you study the best is essential during your university years. Here you find some of the best online assessment tools to check on your learning orientation

  • The VARK Questionnaire
  • Multiple Intelligences Self-Assessment
  • What's Your Learning Style?
  • What Kind of Student Are You?