Select your score from the options below.
None or Minimal Depression
Your answers on this self-report questionnaire suggest that you likely are not currently suffering from a depressive disorder. Your responses suggest that you experience the normal ups and downs of life.
Your responses to this self-report questionnaire indicates that you are likely experiencing some mild symptoms of depression. You may not be experiencing a significant impact on your day-to-day living, however, it is important to monitor your depressive symptoms. You may want to consider consulting with a mental health professional to process any major life changes or other concerns that you believe may be contributing to your symptoms (i.e. loss of a job, death of a loved one, moving, or any other stressors) and collaborate on a plan to improve your coping skills.
Your results on this self-report questionnaire suggest that you may likely be experiencing symptoms of moderate depression. As is typical with a moderate level of depressive symptoms, you may be noticing an impact on your relationships, experiencing difficulty at work or school, or having some difficulty with your day-to-day living tasks. Your score does not mean you are diagnosed with depression, but that it’s likely a good time to reach out to a mental health professional and discuss treatment options to begin feeling more like yourself again.
Moderately Severe Depression
Your answers on this self-report questionnaire suggest that you may be experiencing moderately severe symptoms of depression. With symptoms of this severity, it is common to experience a significant impact on your relationships, your work or school performance, or your ability to carry out your day-to-day living tasks. Your score does not mean you are diagnosed with depression, now is likely a good time to speak with a mental health professional and discuss treatment options and find some relief.
Your responsed to this self-report questionnaire suggest that you are likely experiencing symptoms of severe depression. It is common for depression symptoms to significantly interfere with your relationships, your work or school perfomance, and the tasks of everyday living. While these results do not mean you are diagnosed with depression, tt is important if you are experiencing symptoms of this severity to consult with a mental health professional regarding diagnosis and treatment options.
This self-report questionnaire is not intended to provide a diagnosis. While you may be experiencing symptoms of depression, the proper diagnosis and treatment of mental health conditions can only be determined by a mental health professional or physician. Because symptoms of depression can sometimes be the result of other mental health conditions, such as Bipolar Disorder, or physical health problems, such as a thyroid disorder, it is important to consult with a mental health professional or your physician if you are concerned that you may be suffering from a depressive disorder.
Signs & Symptoms of Clinical Depression
Feeling depressed or irritable, sad, empty, or tearful for most of the day
Loss of interest in activities you previously enjoyed
Significant change in appetite, either excessive appetite or loss of appetite
Significant change in sleep patterns including either excessive sleeping or insomnia
Significant change in activity level including either restlessness or severe decrease in physical activity
Feeling fatigued or a loss of energy
Feelings excessively worthless or guilty
Decreased ability to think clearly, focus, make decisions
Thinking about death or suicide or having a plan for suicide
**If you are having thoughts of suicide***
Please contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at (800) 273-TALK or call 911
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