Depression Test

Depression tests are a great way for individuals to better gauge their feelings of depression, anxiety, and overall well-being. They usually involve a series of questions that ask about the individual’s daily habits and moods.

Over the last 2 weeks, how often have you experienced:

Your Depression Frequency score is 10/21

Experiencing symptoms is common. By engaging in therapy you will learn strategies to reduce symptoms and manage everyday stressors.

Additional Questions to Discuss With a Counselor
  • What does my score mean?
  • What are some strategies I can practice to manage my symptoms better?
  • Lately I've been feeling...
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If you or someone you care about is in crisis and needs immediate help, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at (800) 273-8255 or 988.

This depression quiz is based on the Patient Health Questionnaire (PHQ-9). If you think you may be suffering from Depression and/or you (or a loved one) are experiencing a mental health crisis, we strongly suggest that you reach out to to a qualified mental health professional. You can find additional mental health information in our resource center.

How Does Depression Self Testing Work?

Depression tests are typically self-reported assessments, either written or verbal, which attempt to measure a person's internal experience regarding mood, thoughts, behavior and physical health. These tests can help diagnose depression and other mental health issues.

The questions are designed to help detect any signs of clinical depression. For example, they may ask about how often the individual feels irritable or hopeless, how much sleep they get each night, what they do when they feel down, or if they have any ideas or thoughts of hurting themselves.

Depending on an individual's responses to these questions, the test can help identify whether further evaluation by an experienced mental health professional is needed. In addition to providing a snapshot of the individual's current state of mental health, depression tests also help professionals track changes in an individual’s mood over time so that any warning signs can be detected quickly and appropriate action taken.

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