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Depression Screener

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Locations
Depression Screener
2000 N. Beauregard Street, 6th Floor
Alexandria, VA 22311
United States
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Phone
(703) 684-7722
Fax
(703) 684-5968
Website
http://www.depression-screening.org



Depression Screener

Taking a depression-screening test is one of the quickest and easiest ways to determine whether you are experiencing symptoms of clinical depression. The depression-screening test on this site is completely anonymous and confidential.

The screening test on this web site is intended solely for the purpose of identifying the symptoms of depressive disorders, and is not designed to provide a diagnosis for clinical depression. An accurate diagnosis for depression and other psychiatric disorders can only be made by a physician or qualified mental health professional after a complete evaluation, including a physical exam to rule out any medical illnesses or conditions.

The screening test on this site is not appropriate for, and should not be completed by, persons under age 18. Persons under age 18 with symptoms of depression are advised to talk with their parents or guardians about seeing a physician or qualified mental health professional for a complete evaluation. Click here for more about psychiatric disorders in adolescents and children.

As the sponsor of this web site, Mental Health America provides a listing of the screening site locator service of the Screening for Mental Health for information only. Mental Health America is not responsible for the clinical diagnosis or treatment procedures of any provider of services listed in the site locator service. Mental Health America has not made any independent investigation of any provider listed and has not verified the credentials of any provider. Mental Health America does not endorse any provider in the referral network. Each user should independently and carefully investigate and verify the credentials of any provider before seeking consultation or treatment.

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