Depression Assessment

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Has a healthcare professional told you that you have social anxiety disorder?
1 out of 13
In the past three months, did you have eating binges or times when you ate a very large amount of food within a 2-hour period?
2 out of 13
During these binges, did you feel that your eating was out of control?
3 out of 13
Do you experience fear or anxiety when performing in front of others, such as while speaking in front of a group of people?
4 out of 13
Do you experience significant worrying in social situations with people you are not familiar with that is out of proportion to the threat posed?
5 out of 13
Is you work life, home life, or social life negatively affected by your social anxiety, or do you have problems in relationships due to your social anxiety?
6 out of 13
Do social situations almost always cause you to experience fear or anxiety?
7 out of 13
Do you have a history of any of the following? (Please select all that apply)
8 out of 13
Do you use illicit drugs or marijuana or consume more than 3 drinks of alcohol or 3 beers more than two times a week?
9 out of 13
Do you currently take any psychotropic medication like benzodiazepines or SSRIs such as clonazepam (Klonopin), alprazolam (Xanax), or Zoloft?
10 out of 13
Age
11 out of 13
If you will proceed with depression treatments (besides clinical trials), which insurance will you be using?
12 out of 13
How soon are you looking to take care of your depression?
13 out of 13
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