Final Report For Jean,

Here is your WB-DAT final report. It is based on the answers you selected. We urge you to share your results with your mental health professional.

Dear Health Care Professional,

Your patient has some concerns regarding his health and has completed the WB-DAT (Web Based Depression and Anxiety Test). The WB-DAT has been designed to assist you in their diagnosis of depression, the anxiety disorders, dysthymia and/or mania and hypomania and should not to be considered a substitute for your opinion or advice.

Based on Sample's responses to the WB-DAT, he has reported the following:

He has reported agoraphobic anxiety and avoidance without a significant history of panic symptoms (DSM-IV 300.22 or 300.21).

He:
  • Has experienced anxiety about going to or being in places or situations because of fear or having an anxiety attack, fear of not being able to escape in the event of an anxiety attack, or fear that help would not be there if needed.
  • Fears or avoids the following situations because they might have an anxiety attack:
    • crowds
    • being away from home
  • Reports that fear or avoidance of the above situations results in no interference in normal daily life.
  • It should be noted that some symptoms of panic may have been reported. As agoraphobic anxiety and/or avoidance without a history of panic is thought to be quite rare, it may be worthwhile to ask about symptoms of panic again.

He has reported a number of symptoms of generalized anxiety (DSM-IV 300.02).

He:
  • Reports worrying constantly about several different themes for the past six months or more.
  • Reports worrying much more than most other people about things such as work, school, family, finances, or health.
  • Is experiencing these worries for most of the time on most days.
  • Is having difficulty controlling these worries and/or reports that they interfere with concentration or productivity.
  • Reports that when feeling anxious or worried they:
    • feel restless, keyed up, or on edge
    • feel tense
    • feel tired, weak, or easily exhausted
    • feel irritable
    • have difficulty sleeping
  • Reports that the above result in moderate / medium interference in normal daily life.

He has reported a number of depressive symptoms (DSM-IV 300.4).

He:
  • Has experienced a constant low mood or irritability for at least two weeks.
  • Has a chronically depressed mood most of the time, and this has been occurring for at least two years or more.
  • Reports feeling the following for the past two weeks or more:
    • feeling tired or like you have no energy¬†
    • feeling guilty or worthless¬†
    • thinking a lot about hurting yourself
  • Reports that feeling depression or a loss of usual pleasures or interests results in considerable / much interference to their normal daily life.
  • Reports that this feeling of depression results in considerable / much interference in normal daily life.