Our Self Assessment is free, and a confidential way to find out about your mental health. This is a simple yes or no questionnaire which will help to indicate if you are suffering from stress, anxiety or depression.
The questionnaire is designed to measure the four related negative emotional states of stress, anxiety, depression and life’s events. The diagnostic tool uses a scale rating system to measure the severity of a range of symptoms related to stress, anxiety, depression and life’s events in effect the questionnaire in a single diagnostics tool.
Every person requesting a free appointment, will be required to complete the online questionnaire before their appointment.
The questionnaire was specially developed by David Briscombe Co-Founder of Dignity Street Foundation, and has been designed to meet the specific requirements of Dignity Street Health Professionals.
David has been a Member of the International Association of stress management (ISMA) Since 2000 and is uniquely qualified to help you make major breakthroughs in your life. David has been writing Self-Care Stress Wise and Resilience training programmes for nearly a quarter of a century, and has taught many thousands of people new self-help skills that have attended his unique courses.
Testimonial of his reputation comes from the number of patients, referred to David by hospitals doctors and consultants. Within his private practice, he has treated a wide range of mental health issues, including Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Anxiety, Depression, Sleep and Obsessive Compulsive Disorders, Myalgic Encephalitis (M.E.), Bulimia, Anorexia Nervosa, Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), chronic pain, and weight reduction.
To make your free appointment, please complete the assessment questionnaire (Link below). A senior health professional, will then contact you normally within 24 hours, via the email or phone number you supplied in the questionnaire to arrange your free meeting to discuss the results. (please check your spam and junk mail before you contact us) appointments are available Monday – Friday 10am-4pm. Please note we are not a walking centre, and we do not give diagnostic test results over the phone or by Email.
If you would like to discuss any queries you may have before completing the questionnaire, please contact us by Phone or E-mail we are not a drop in centre and see clients by appointment only.
Dignity Street Foundation 3 Burt St Studios Burt Street Cardiff CF10 5FZ Hours Monday – Friday 10am-4pm.
Recognising the symptoms of (SAD) stress anxiety depression
Everyone feels down sometimes, especially during stressful periods. Feeling low, having difficulty sleeping and lacking motivation are all common responses to the trauma of losing a job and unemployment. If you are worried or unhappy you should consider seeking support to help you through this difficult period.
Sometimes, these feelings may be indicators of clinical depression, particularly if you are feeling down for a longer period (more than two weeks) or if you’re finding it difficult to manage day-to-day life. Other symptoms to look for include:
- Insomnia or broken sleep and/or low level of energy
- Reduced self-esteem
- Changes in appetite
- Reduced libido
- A lack of motivation
- Emotional instability
- A lack of pleasure in activities which are normally of interest
- Difficulty concentrating
Dignity Street stress-wise and resilience courses encourages people to learn about themselves and how to make positive changes to their lives and future. “Keep on doing what you’ve being doing and you will keep getting what you’ve been getting”
Our courses are unique. You will learn advanced strategies to Improve your mental health and Well-Being. The course material adapts to the specific needs of every individual who attends.
- Medical Advice Disclaimer: Dignity Street Foundation is a charity whose purpose is to promote sound knowledge and best practice in promoting Stress Prevention and Well-being. Dignity Street Foundation advises If you think you may be suffering from any medical condition you should seek immediate medical attention.