If you think you have a medical or mental health emergency, call your doctor or 911.
Nothing contained in this blog (The Self-Help Whisperer™) is intended to establish or replace a physician-patient relationship or services.
NEW! At-home online Depression Test:
“While the only way to know if you have depression is to visit a doctor, self-evaluations are easy tools to help assess your depression risk. Take our at-home assessment to evaluate your symptoms and understand if you should seek help.”
I was contacted by Brain Center TMS about including this resource. I took the test myself and it was right on. I have not been compensated in any way for including it. See my post about their site here.
If you are IN CRISIS and NEED TO TALK but don’t know who to call…
In USA: Mental Health America In Crisis? Call 1-800-273-TALK
Or elsewhere in the world – By Country, as compiled by Wikipedia
Suicide hotline numbers
Someone dies from suicide every 40 seconds. *
United States 1 800 273 8255
Canada 1 800 456 4566
United Kingdom 116 123
Ireland 116 123
Australia 131 114
*taken from https://twitter.com/depressionnote