Anxiety is one of the most common psychological disorders and GAD is one of the most common types of anxiety. GAD can hinder human life and social relationships. The GAD multiaxial test consists of various subtests that help us to make a timely diagnosis by examining the nature and the severity of GAD. In addition to diagnosing GAD, the result of this test also provides a specific treatment plan that is helpful to treat the patient.
GAD Multiaxial Test consists of 7 parts:
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.
This test is to evaluate individuals’ beliefs about their thoughts. The type and nature of thoughts will be found by examining beliefs.
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.
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.
This test is designed to examine the processes related to your thoughts and beliefs about the state of worrying in your mind.
The Beck Anxiety Inventory (BAI) is a multiple-choice inventory that measures the severity of anxiety in adults.
This test is done to examine how and under what conditions the depression develops in the patient.