The following are validated, self-report assessments that you can take right now and share with your therapist.
Each assessment will display your score at the end and, based on that score, show whether or not your behaviors should be considered problematic. Even if your final score is not in the problematic range, it is recommended that you speak with a trained professional about your concerns.
To further assist your therapist a link to your results will be provided on the results page. Simply copy that link and send it via email.
Your results are stored anonymously and not linked via your IP address, or any other means of identifying you.
We will not be able to retrieve results for you if you take the assessment and don’t save the results link.
Compulsive Sexual Behavior Disorder (CSBD-19) Scale Assessment
The CSBD-19 is the go to professional screening test for concerns about your sexual behavior and compulsivity relating to your sexual behavior.
It is used for diagnosing the ICD-11 recognized compulsive sexual behavior disorder.
It is ranked using a 4-point Likert scale with potential scores ranging from 19 to 76. 19 being the lowest amount of compulsivity relating to your sexual behaviors and 76 being the highest.
Take the Compulsive Sexual Behavior Disorder Scale assessment (CSBD-19)
Cyber Pornography Addiction Test (CYPAT)
The Cyber Pornography Addiction Test (CYPAT) is used to quantify the impact your use of online pornography is having on your life. The CYPAT is a brief, self-report screening scale composed of 11 items scored on a five-point Likert scale.
The assessment defines internet pornography addiction as intrusive behaviors such as viewing, downloading and trading online pornography or engagement in adult fantasy role-play.
Scores range from 11 to 55, 11 being the lowest risk of online pornography addiction and 55 being the highest indicator of online pornography addiction.
Take the Cyber Pornography Addiction Test (CYPAT)
Hypersexual Behavior Scale (HB19)
The HB19 is used to determine whether sexual behaviors should be classified as hypersexual in an individual. The HB19 is a 19 question, self-report screen scale scored on a five-point Likert scale.
Scores range from 19 to 95, 19 being the lowest likelihood of having hypersexual tendencies and 95 being the highest indicator that sexual activities are or could have a detrimental impact.
Take the Hypersexual Behavior Scale (HB19)
Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Questionnaire
The Adverse Childhood Experience (ACE) Questionnaire is a self-report measure developed to identify childhood experiences of abuse and neglect. The ACE is a 10 question assessment of yes or no questions. Each yes is assigned a numerical value of 1.
Potential scores range for 0 to 10, 0 being the lowest risk for mental or physical health consequences from childhood trauma, 10 being the highest likelihood of childhood trauma having mental and physical health effects.
Take the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Questionnaire
The Sexual Symptom Assessment Scale (SSAS)
The SSAS is a self-rated scale designed to measure symptoms of compulsive sexual behavior involving excessive sexual thoughts, sexual urges, or sexual activities that cause distress or impairment.
Potential scores range from 0 to 48. 0 being the lowest risk of compulsive or hypersexual behavior and 48 being the highest risk of compulsive sexual behaviors negatively impacting your life.