Drug & Alcohol Addiction

Drugs, alcohol and other substance abuse disorders can range from mild to severe. What symptoms should you look for? Find out here, plus learn how to take the first steps toward recovery.


Our clearinghouse for information on all types of depression and the most effective treatments for individuals suffering from all forms of depression.

Eating Disorders

Authoritative guide on the causes, symptoms and treatment of all types of eating disorders.

PTSD & Trauma

Traumatic events can produce a lasting negative effect leaving a person anxious and unable to cope with everyday life. Learn the signs of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and the most effective ways to treat the condition.

Mood Disorders

Learn more about the symptoms and treatment for the most common mood disorders, including manic, depressive, and bipolar disorder.


Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder affects an estimated 6.4 million (11%) Children in the US & 8 million (4%) adults. However, many go undiagnosed and untreated.


The overall prevalence of Schizophrenia is low, affecting approximately 1% of Americans, though what makes this illness monumental is the severity of its symptoms.

Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar disorder affects about 2.6% of the U.S. population age 18 and older. Learn more about treatment options to manage this condition.


Anxiety disorders affect nearly 18% of the US adult population. Anxiety is very treatable for those who seek professional help.  Learn more about how to manage this relatively common mental health condition.

Take a Mental Health Quiz

Psycom.net founder, Dr Ivan Goldberg, was a pioneer in self-assessment tools to screen patients for mental health disorders.  The tests found on this site are intended to help patients identify if they might benefit from further treatment.  It is strongly recommended that each mental health quiz should be followed-up with a proper diagnosis from a mental health professional.

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