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Last published 8 December 2021

The Good Thinking clinically validated self-assessments:

  • help you understand your mental health
  • are private and secure and no answers are shared with third parties
  • give you trusted medical advice, but do not give you a medical diagnosis
  • can take 20 minutes and ask you questions that a GP or psychologist would ask you

If you would like to find out more about how to use the self-assessments read our article How to use the Good Thinking self-assessments to stay on top of your mental health

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