What's Your mSCORE?


Mental fitness isn't just about playing a good game. It's about winning.

It's one thing to want to win a national championship. It's another matter to understand your odds of success. To know if you have a shot, you'll first have to see how you stack up against the competition. And unless you track progress for both successes and losses, it's hard to know what you need to change or what strategic play to add to the lineup for maximum impact. Winning is as much about strategy as it is about skill.

Across all walks of life and in every position, we have the opportunity to play our best game and to win big so that we can change the world for the better. Moment by moment, day by day, one home run upon another, we make a difference. When we fail to invest in ourselves, we are not only throwing the game for ourselves, but for all those around us. Since we are the best asset we will ever own, we must invest wisely.

Tracking Your mSCORE Means Tracking Progress

Assess your mFIT skills, get your baseline and track your progress!

Your mFIT Skills

To get your mSCORE, take our surveys to assess your skills across 7 categories: Self-Care & Self-Improvement; Emotions & Coping; Work, Productivity & Career; Social & Romantic Relationships; Family & Parenting; Mental Health; and Community & Leisure. For best results, take them all!

Your Baseline

mSCORE is about assessing mFIT skills across all major life areas. You can take one part to get a score in a specific area, but knowing your baseline is crucial. To understand your overall strengths and weaknesses, please complete all 7 survey parts as a baseline before you begin studying mFIT skills.

Your Progress

After you've studied and practiced applying your mental fitness skills, you can take the mSCORE assessment again to help track your progress. Please wait at least 30 days between assessments to ensure time for change (60 days would actually be ideal). Seeing the results of your hard work is amazing!

How mental fitness skills change lives...

“One of the most important things I learned from taking mental fitness classes is how to pull off the self-judgment and stop listening to the critical voices in my head. This was crucial for me because it meant that instead of delving into the shame that I had always felt, I could actually come to a solution. This has, quite literally, changed my entire life. In fact, I'd go so far as to say that it has SAVED my life. My advice to all those who are suffering? Don't wait another day. Learn the mental fitness skills you need to become who you were really meant to be. I did. And I've never once looked back.”

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Ann@Cleveland, OH Recovered from Anxiety Disorder & Childhood Abuse

“As I learned how to face the horrible memories of my childhood, I realized that I was using my behaviors to cope with the pain. I learned that the eating disorder I'd had since my pre-teens was a choice, not a necessity. Once I decided it was no longer an option, I shut the door on it for good and this forced me to learn new coping skills. Im happy to say that I've had no eating disorder symptoms for over two years. There IS freedom and mental fitness skills gave that to me.”

Allie@Akron, OH Recovered from Eating Disorder & Suicidality

"Mental fitness is one of those amazing concepts that once you get it, you're like 'Oh, yeah!' I've been to more therapists than I care to admit and none of them really helped me. I'd leave their office feeling like I'd thrown up, but not much else. With mental fitness, I had homework and specific skills to work on. I was so glad to finally be DOING SOMETHING that worked. What a relief!"

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Meredith@Portland, OR Recovered from Low Self-Esteem