GAD7 Generalized Anxiety Disorders
GAD7 scores of 5, 10, and 15 represent minimum for mild, moderate, and severe anxiety, respectively. Though designed primarily as a screening and severity measure for generalized anxiety disorder, the GAD7 also has moderately good operating characteristics for three other common anxiety disorders such as panic disorder, social anxiety disorder, and post-traumatic stress disorder. When screening for additional anxiety disorders, a recommended minimum for further evaluation is a score of 10 or greater.
PHQ9 Physical Health Questionnaire (Depression)
PHQ9 scores of 5, 10, 15, and 20 represent minimum for mild, moderate, moderately severe and severe depression, respectively. Depression can be associated with other conditions including anxiety, other mood disorder, stress, problems adjusting, grief, sleep disorders and health problems that feel like depression.
The GD score is the sum of the GAD7 and the PHQ9. This score capture the overall distress patients feel as a result of all any mental health challenge, problem or disorder.
• relationship struggles,
• previous or recent trauma,
• mental health
CSOQ Clinical Screening & Outcome Questionnaire
The CSOQ are supplemental questions that have clinical value. The questions can help you communicate your distress clearly.
MDQ13 Mood Disorder Questionnaire (Mood)
MDQ13 scores greater than 7 is considered significant if the person believes several of these have happened over the same period of time. You should speak with a counselor, therapist or you doctor if you score is over 7.
PHQ15 Physical Health Questionnaire (Medical)
PHQ15 scores of 5, 10, and 15 represent minimum for low, medium, and high physical symptom severity, respectively. Physician are often confused by patients who report physical symptoms that are the result of mental and emotional stress that can cause many of these symptoms. Nearly 80% of patients report to their physician one or more symptoms of emotional stress. Physician will often screen for symptoms of psychological stress when they can't find an organic cause some physical symptoms. A high score DOES NOT mean your symptoms are "in your head." It means you may have significant physical illness. Or, it may also means that your body is feeling the physical consequences of:
• muscle tension,
• stress hormones,
• lack of sleep,
• physical exhaustion,
• changes in blood pressure,
• rapid breathing and heart rate,
• high CO2, etc...