Online Depression Test: Get Instant Results
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For the most accurate results we suggest answering the questions based on your experiences over the last 12 months.
Am I Depressed?
Depression can develop for a range of biological, environmental and circumstantial reasons. The most common causes of depression are family history, childhood trauma, underlying medical conditions or a chemical imbalance in the brain. Below are some of the most common emotional and psychical depression symptoms:
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These are just a few of the ways depression presents and therefore if your symptoms don’t appear on this list, it doesn’t mean that you are not suffering from the condition. This is why our ‘Am I Depressed’ test is so beneficial, as it provides our experts with some detailed insight about how you are feeling, directly from you.
When answering the questions in the online depression test, try to apply them to your experiences and answer them as honestly as possible, in order to get accurate results. You can take the test online, or take a print out and update it every week to track your mood. If anything about the test or results concerns you, our team is available now to discuss your results, options, and available depression treatment plans, on 02071180407.
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Book an appointment to see how we can help you to get the answers you need and manage the symptoms of depression — improving your relationships, quality of life and career trajectory. During your consultation, you’ll receive the diagnosis you’ve been waiting for, along with a bespoke plan of treatment for your condition.
How is depression treated?
Once you have completed our ‘Am I Depressed’ test online, as well as read the information provided on this page, you will hopefully have a better understanding of depression and the way it can impact your life. Now that you have your results, our team is available to discuss your findings, your options and also the various bespoke treatments available to help you on the road to an improved quality of life.
At Psymplicity Healthcare, we provide an integrated approach to treatment for depression. Using a variety of therapy and counselling options, we’ll tailor a treatment plan to suit your needs. A depression therapist will spend the initial session finding out as much about you, your mood, contributing factors and background as possible to develop a thorough understanding of your situation.
Right now, you may feel hopeless and maybe even ashamed of the way you feel, but it’s crucial to know that you are not alone and our specialists can provide the advice, guidance and support you need to feel good about yourself again. Treatment shouldn’t be yet another distraction or inconvenience, which is why we treat every patient with minimal disruption to their everyday life, but much like many other conditions, the earlier you seek treatment, the better. We will deliver therapy at a pace that suits you and celebrate your victories along the way, however small they may feel, and encourage you to acknowledge the courage, strength and tenacity it takes to undertake therapy when feeling low.
We typically treat depression with a combination of the following:
- Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)
- Antidepressant medication
This is your fight, but we will always be in your corner.
We understand how significantly depressive symptoms can impact your quality of life, and we’ll utilise every resource to help you get back on track. Whether you’re worried that a loved one has depression or you’d like our experts to assess you, we’re here to offer our advice, guidance and bespoke treatment.
Not taken our online depression test yet? Start the test now to find out whether your symptoms point towards depression, and find out how we can help you to improve your quality of life.
Meet our depression specialists
Our specialists are among the best in their field, having successfully treated and supported those with mental health symptoms for decades. We know that there is no one-size-fits-all approach and that to provide the transformation so many of our clients enjoy requires a bespoke, holistic plan — one we’re confident you won’t find anywhere else.
Discover the different types of treatment for depression and how they can help, learn top tips for working and socialising with depression, and lots more in the depression section of our blog.
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Psymplicity is now offering online psychiatric assessment appointments, with various payment plans available.
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