Coping Questionnaires

Many people like to take informal questionnaires to learn more about themselves. Our free Coping Questionnaires are an easy way to discover more about yourself and what aspects of your life you might like to improve. The results to each questionnaire contains strategies and suggestions to help you move forward in improving that aspect of your life.

Here are our currently available Coping Questionnaires:

Are you feeling stressed? Who isn’t? There are times when we all feel some level of stress. There is no escaping it, but there are ways to minimize it, so it doesn’t affect your quality of life. Complete our free “Personal Stress Level” Questionnaire and learn how you can be the one in control, so it doesn’t control you! Click here for this questionnaire.
Have you been struggling with a new or existing chronic medical illness? What are ways you can improve your daily life? There are strategies to help you both physically and emotionally. Complete our free “Successful Living With A Medical Illness” Questionnaire and learn more about what you can do. Click here for this questionnaire.
How do you feel about your parenting? What are some of the ways you can improve your parenting? Because of how important this is in the raising of your children, you may benefit from completing our free “Parenting Skills” Questionnaire. Click here for this questionnaire.

How Can We Help?

Many people from all over the world have benefited from the successful, strategy-packed mental health services offered by The Coping Counselors at the Center for Coping. You can, too!

  • If you have questions about any of the issues you are dealing with, why not set up a free, no-obligation consultation with one of our Coping Counselors?
  • Simply call us at (516) 822-3131, with any questions or to set up your free appointment.
  • Or e-mail us at We’ll be happy to respond to your e-mail.
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