Anxiety Multiaxial Test


Anxiety is a normal reaction to stress and can be beneficial in some situations. It can alert us to dangers and help us prepare and pay attention. Anxiety disorders differ from normal feelings of nervousness or anxiousness and involve excessive fear or anxiety. Anxiety disorders are the most common of mental disorders and affect nearly 30% of adults at some point in their lives. But anxiety disorders are treatable and a number of effective treatments are available. Treatment helps most people lead normal productive lives.

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  • Anxiety Multiaxial Test

Anxiety is one of the most important psychological disorders and many people around the world are suffering from it. Early diagnosis of anxiety can be very effective in early intervention. Anxiety multiaxial test including different subscales can be very constructive in the process of diagnosis and treatment by examining the level of anxiety of the individual and also offering a specific treatment plan. Anxiety Multiaxial Test consists of 6 parts:

  • MCMI:

The Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory helps clinicians quickly identify clients who may require more intensive evaluation. MCMI reports provide an in-depth analysis of symptom dynamics and include action-oriented suggestions for therapeutic management.

  • MCQ30:

This test is to evaluate individuals’ beliefs about their thoughts. The type and nature of thoughts will be found by examining beliefs.

  • TFI:

This test is done to check the degree of thought interfusion and is used to assess the intensity and strength of an individual’s thoughts. This test can be used to assess people’s opinions about the power of their thoughts and their experiences through thinking.

  • CAS:

This test is done to check cognitive attention. Using this test, it is possible to understand the person’s way of cognition and what the dominant attention of the person is focused on.

  • MWQ:

This test is designed to examine the processes related to your thoughts and beliefs about the state of worrying in your mind.

  • BAI

 The Beck Anxiety Inventory (BAI) is a multiple-choice inventory that measures the severity of anxiety in adults.


To perform the test accurately, please follow the instructions below carefully. The questions in these tests are divided into several sections, and in some of them, you need to describe and write your answers attentively. Note that all your answers will be reviewed by psychologists.

Step one: Start the MCMI.

Step two: Start the MCQ30

Step three: Start the TFI

Step Four: Start the CAS

Step Five: Start the MWQ

Step Six: Start the BAI

Step 7: Your test result will be analyzed by expert psychologists and will be delivered within 3 business days.  



ANXIETY test reports are analyzed by expert psychologısts. Each report indicates the type of ANXIETY, level of ANXIETY, and severity of ANXIETY. There are three sections available in each report. In the clinical section, the ANXIETY symptoms and presence are analyzed. In the support part, possible roads to manage ANXIETY are mentioned and in the treatment part, the possible treatment methods are written. 

You can download the sample report for further information.

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