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November 15th, 2019
Sometimes things happen to people that are unusually or especially frightening, - horrible, or traumatic. For example:
- a serious accident or fire
- a physical or sexual assault or abuse
- an earthquake or flood
- a war
- seeing someone be killed or seriously injured
- having a loved one die through homicide or suicide.
Have you ever experienced this kind of event?
If YES - please answer the questions below.
In the past month, have you....
1. had nightmares about the event(s) or thought about the event(s) when you did not want to?
2. tried hard not to think about the event(s) or went out of your way to avoid situations that reminded you of the event(s)?
3. been constantly on guard, watchful, or easily startled?
4. felt numb or detached from people, activities, or your surroundings?
5. felt guilty or unable to stop blaming yourself or others for the event(s) or any problems the event(s) may have caused?
Please note: Our screens are only for adults. By clicking on a screen below, you acknowledge that the screen is not a diagnostic instrument and is only to be used by you if you are 18 years or older. You are encouraged to share your results with a physician or healthcare provider. Mental Health America Inc., sponsors, partners, and advertisers disclaim any liability, loss, or risk incurred as a consequence, directly or indirectly, from the use and application of these screens.
Prins, A., Ouimette, P., Kimerling, R., Cameron, R. P., Hugelshofer, D.S., Shaw-Hegwer, J., . . . Sheikh, J. I. (2004). The primary care PTSD screen (PC-PTSD): Corrigendum. Primary Care Psychiatry, 9, 151. PC-PTSSD is in the Public Domain and available at
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