BDI Survey (BDI 21)

Answer all the ques­tions below. For each ques­tion, select the option that best desc­ri­bes your situa­tion and fee­lings. Answer accor­ding to how you felt during the past week, inclu­ding this day.

Once you have answe­red all the ques­tions, you will see your sco­re from the sur­vey by clic­king “Calcu­la­te Points”.

The seve­ri­ty of the symp­toms of depres­sion can be esti­ma­ted on the basis of the points col­lec­ted from the ques­tion­nai­re.

When interpre­ting the points of the depres­sion sur­vey, it should be noted that the result is only indica­ti­ve. Psyc­hiat­rist research is always nee­ded to make a diag­no­sis.

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This ser­vice is not inten­ded for use in medical emer­gencies. If you sus­pect you are in a medical or psyc­ho­lo­gical emer­gency, imme­dia­te­ly call the emer­gency num­ber in the count­ry whe­re you are, or go to the nea­rest emer­gency room. In Fin­land the emer­gency num­ber is 112.

MIELI The Natio­nal Men­tal Health Associa­tion of Fin­land’s Men­tal Health Ser­vice pro­vi­des discus­sion assis­tance. In addi­tion to Fin­nish, the emer­gency pho­ne is avai­lable in Swe­dish, Ara­bic and English. The num­ber is 09 2525 0111 and is open eve­ry day and night of the year.