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Depression Symptom Screener 


Purpose: This assessment determines whether a person presently has, or is at risk for developing a depressive disorder. It also evaluates whether his or her mindset makes him/her more prone to depression.


No. of questions: 101

Question  type: Self-report

Estimated  completion time: 30 minutes


Report Includes:

  • Summary

  • Introduction

  • Graphs

  • Detailed narrative interpretation

  • Strengths vs. Areas of concern

  • Advice


Factors & Scales:

Overall Score plus 2 factors, divided into 17 scales:

  • Depressive Symptoms: Assesses whether a person has depressive symptoms as per DSM IV criteria.

  • Depressive Mindset: Assesses whether a person’s thinking style, attitudes or personality make him or her vulnerable to depression.



  • Depressed Mood

  • Loss of Interest

  • Appetite/Weight Changes

  • Sleep Disturbance

  • Psychomotor Symptoms

  • Loss of Energy

  • Guilt and Shame

  • Concentration Problems

  • Thoughts of Death or Suicide

  • Maladaptive Perfectionism

  • Rumination

  • Cognitive Variables

  • Internal Attribution of Failure

  • Attention Bias

  • Catastrophic Thinking Patterns

  • Fear of Other-oriented Criticism

  • Rigid Mindset



  • Therapy and Counseling

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