Mental Health


Mandy Kloppers

Top Psychology Websites

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Top Psychology Websites

The psychology websites listed below are fantastic resources for dealing with depression, anxiety and many other mental health issues. Many offer free online CBT courses as well. Tests and assessments can also be completed for free.

1) Psychology Tools

We are a free to use website dedicated to providing psychology professionals, students, and the general public with transparent access to psychological assessment tools. We strive to provide test questions and answers in the most streamlined possible format, through a simple interface and automatic scoring.

Want to find out your level of empathy? Take this empathy test – I use it regularly.


This is a fantastic website with loads of worksheets and information on psychology, cognitive behavioural therapy and mental health issues. This is most definitely one of the top psychology and quizzes websites. Self help courses are also provided. A fantastic free resource.


Another brilliant website that offers free online CBT (cognitive behavioural therapy) courses. The Serenity Programme (previously ‘Outreach-online’) is designed and developed by Steve Cottrell, a Consultant Nurse Therapist working for the National Health Service (NHS) in North Wales, UK.

4) MoodGym – (Based in Australia)

I have used this site before and find their information up-to-date, relevant and comprehensive. This website offers the e-couch programme, a free online resource for dealing with depression.



6) is designed for use by anyone interested in learning more about how to enhance school mental health.  It is the intention that these resources will help to enhance mental health promotion, prevention, treatment, and referral and will provide practical tools for improving school environments.


Living life to the full. The Living Life to the Full course is a life skills course that aims to provide access to high quality, practical and user-friendly training in life skills.

What would you like to get out of the course?

  • We all need life skills in our work, relationships and in every other aspect of our lives.
  • Probably we all have very different reasons for doing the course. Some of us may suffer or are suffering from depression/anxiety or distress.
  • Some of us may be caring/supporting people who are facing anxiety or depression.
  • Some of us may be working with people with anxiety/depression.

Whatever your reason for wanting to learn these life skills we hope the content proves helpful. The skills taught cover general skills/information we can all use in our lives when we feel under pressure, stressed or distressed.


Assertiveness, can you be an entrepreneur?, Anger, anxiety, arguing style…so many tests!! Find out more about yourself.

Try out this happiness test.


All quizzes are free, and most are based upon scientific research. They are instantly and automatically scored once completed, giving you immediate results. You do not have to create or have a Psych Central account in order to take any of the quizzes. But you’ll need one if you’d like to save your test results, or to help track your progress over time.


Can you compete under pressure?

Test your morality

The big risk test…plus many more.

This website also has resources on psychology, mental health, interactive maps (the brain) as well as information on intelligence and emotion.

If you want to find out more about yourself and you have a few minutes spare, visit the above psychology websites. They are fun, informative and just might give you the edge you seek.

Mandy X


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