Depression tests

Part 1, Part 2, Part 3

I hope my Depression Checklist in Part 2 of this article has helped you to identify your feelings, and to work out if you are - or your partner is - suffering from depression or not.

Below is a list of more depression tests which I hope might help you further. Just before you get to those, I'd love to tell you about a way you can start to feel better straight away...

Immediate help to start your recovery today

Self-hypnosis is an effortless way of tackling the signs and symptoms of depression, as well as any underlying problems. It is safe, effective and ever so user-friendly.

The great thing about hypnosis is that when you're depressed, there isn't much you have to actively do. You lay on your bed or in a comfortable chair and let the download do the work for you.

Have a look at FAQ About Hypnosis and HypnosisDownloads.com's Complete Depression Recovery Method.

Feeling helpless and hopeless?

If you do, I really hope that watching this video will help you...

List of depression tests / inventories or
depression questionnaires and quizzes

Here are the tests or depression questionnaires that you may be presented with if you go to see your doctor, psychologist, psychiatrist or other healthcare provider with symptoms of depression:

  1. The Wakefield Questionnaire (pdf)
  2. Beck's Depression Inventory
  3. Goldberg Depression Rating Scale
  4. Center for Epidemiologic Studies Depression Scale (CES-D - pdf)
  5. Geriatric Depression Rating Scale
  6. The Major Depression Inventory (ICD-10 - pdf)
  7. MDE - screener
  8. MDE - screener, adapted by Ricardo Munoz (online depression questionnaire)
  9. Zung Self-rated Depression Scale (pdf)
  10. Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale (pdf)
  11. RAND Self Administered Depression Screener (pdf)

So, there you are - I hope that you're now no longer wondering: "am I suffering from depression". Instead, I trust that you know for sure whether or not it's time you sought some qualified help...

Or, continue to read my other articles on self-help for depression

Part 1, Part 2, Part 3

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Signs of Clinical Depression
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Nervous Breakdown
Insomnia and Treatments
Physical Effects of Sleep Deprivation
Dealing with Criticism
Ending a Long Term Relationship
List of Human Emotions

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