Request MID Interpretive Manual & MID Analysis

To obtain a copy of the MID Interpretive Manual and MID Analysis, please complete the form below with all requested information. You will receive a follow-up message via email within 24 hours with information to access these materials. Requests are typically reviewed twice daily, on US Pacific time.

Sometimes, the response you receive may be routed to spam/junk or entirely filtered out by your email service provider. So, if you've already requested the MID Analysis and MID Interpretive Manual but have not received the email with the access link and password after 24 hours of the initial request, then please check your 'spam/junk' folder before re-submitting your request. If, after 24 hours, you have not received a response, then please re-submit your request via this form and click the box that says, '**This is a repeat request for these materials'. If you don't receive it on the second attempt, please click here to contact the webmaster for assistance. Please do not submit multiple requests within a 24 hour period.

IMPORTANT NOTES:
1) If you are a mental health professional, professional-in-training, or mental health researcher and your identity as one of these cannot be verified, then you will not receive an email.

2) If you are not a clinician, clinician-in-training, or mental health researcher , then please seek out a qualified practitioner (for example, by CLICKING HERE), who can help you, rather than attempt to diagnose yourself using the MID.

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Terms and Conditions:
The MID, MID Analysis, and the MID Interpretive Manual are intended for the exclusive use of mental health practitioners-in-training, licensed/registered practitioners, and researchers. To obtain copies of the MID Interpretive Manual and MID Analysis, you must be one or both of these, and your intention must be to use these materials for diagnostic or research purposes. You are responsible for your use of these materials, and agree to hold the authors of the MID, MID Analysis, and related documents free from liability.

By entering my name below, I attest that I am a practitioner-in-training, licensed/registered practitioner, and/or researcher, and that I understand and agree to the terms of use described above.