Solutions Designed For


Browse our extensive offering of assessment, monitoring, and evaluation tools for clinicians and mental health professionals. Our clinical assessments cover a wide range of mental health disorders across the lifespan.


Explore our collection of assessments for school psychologists, special education personnel, and counselors, used to assess and initiate plans for mental health, behavior, and learning concerns in K-12 students.

Public Safety

View these internationally recognized assessments designed to help correctional, probation, parole, law enforcement, and child welfare professionals identify, measure, and manage risks to public safety.


Explore a selection of scientifically validated assessments for measuring and managing talent. These tools are designed for use in coaching, organizational and leadership development, selection, and succession planning.

About Us

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“Giving back, making a difference, building products that change lives is fundamental to who we are, and it’s the true source of the passion within this organization.” – Hazel Wheldon, Former Chief Executive Officer, MHS

Through excellence in our people and products, we are the leading developer of innovative scientific assessments that help improve the quality of life for individuals and communities around the world.


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