Depression Multiaxial Test (18+)


Depression  is a common and serious medical illness that negatively affects how you feel, the way you think and how you act. Fortunately, it is also treatable. Depression causes feelings of sadness and/or a loss of interest in activities you once enjoyed. It can lead to a variety of emotional and physical problems and can decrease your ability to function at work and at home.


Depression is considered one of the most important and common mood disorders in the world. Since this disorder is so pervasive, it is called a mental cold. Early diagnosis and having a specific treatment plan are very important steps in treating depression. With a depression multiaxial test, the degree, severity, and type of depression will be evaluated, and also a specific treatment plan could be attained according to the test results. This multiaxial test consists of the combination of several valid sub-tests with high scientific and research support, which are evaluated by experts in the psychology field. Depression Multiaxial Test consists of 6 parts:
  • MCMI:

The Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory helps clinicians quickly identify clients who may require more intensive evaluation. MCMI reports provide an in-depth analysis of symptom dynamics and include action-oriented suggestions for therapeutic management.

  • MCQ30:

This test is to evaluate individuals’ beliefs about their thoughts. The type and nature of thoughts will be found by examining beliefs.

  • TFI:

This test is done to check the degree of thought interfusion and is used to assess the intensity and strength of an individual’s thoughts. This test can be used to assess people’s opinions about the power of their thoughts and their experiences through thinking.

  • CAS:

This test is done to check cognitive attention. Using this test, it is possible to understand the person’s way of cognition and what the dominant attention of the person is focused on.

  • BDI-II:

This is a valid test to assess depression and is used to diagnose the presence and severity of depression.

  • MDDS:

This test is done to examine how and under what conditions the depression develops in the patient.


To perform the depression test, follow the steps carefully and answer the questions correctly.

The questions in these tests are divided into several sections, and in some of them, you need to describe and write your answers attentively. Note that all your answers will be reviewed by psychologists.

Step one: Start the MCMI.

Step two: Start the MCQ30

Step three: Start the TFI

Step Four: Start the CAS

Step Five: Start the BDI-II

Step Six: Start the MDDS

Step 7: Your test result will be analyzed by expert psychologists and will be delivered within 3 business days.  


Depression test reports are analyzed by expert psychologısts. Each report indicates the type of Depression, level of Depression, and severity of Depression. There are three sections available in each report. In the clinical section, the Depression symptoms and presence are analyzed. In the support part, possible roads to manage Depression are mentioned and in the treatment part, the possible treatment methods are written.

You can download the sample report for further information.

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