Depression Testing in Michigan
Oakland Neuropsychology Center provides confidential depression testing in Michigan. All of our psychological testing services are personalized to suit a client’s needs. For instance, depression testing for children requires a different approach than depression testing for adults. Dr. Isabelle Beaulieu adjusts here strategies to provide the most accurate diagnosis possible.
If you would like to learn more about the evaluation process, feel free to give us a call at (248) 644-9466. We would be happy to answer any questions you have, or we can schedule a one-on-one consultation with Dr. Isabelle.
Signs of Depression in Children
Children can experience depression just like adults, but they often lack the communication skills to express their feelings. Stress from school, conflicts at home, divorce, trauma, and death of a loved one are just some potential causes of childhood depression. Here are some signs of depression in children that you can look out for:
- Low Energy and Fatigue
- Social Isolation (No Longer Spending Time with Friends)
- Uncharacteristic Shyness and Quietness
- Emotional Outbursts
- Changes in Appetite or Sleep Habits
- Expressions of Sadness or Hopelessness
- Difficulty Concentrating
- Disinterest in Fun Activities
- Complaints of Stomach Aches, Headaches, and Other Pains That Do Not Go Away with Treatment
- Thoughts of Suicide
If you think your child may have depression, contact us at (248) 644-9466 to schedule a psychological exam. Oakland Neuropsychology Center provides depression testing in Michigan, with specialized programs for children and teens. We would be happy to help your family.
Highly-Accurate Depression Testing in Michigan
Dr. Isabelle is known for her highly-accurate diagnoses. An accurate diagnosis ensures that you or a loved one get the appropriate treatment as early as possible. Unfortunately, many of our clients come to Oakland Neuropsychology Center because they have been misdiagnosed in the past. They went through a treatment program that simply was not fit for their circumstances, so they did not see an improvement in symptoms. With a proper diagnosis in hand, you or your loved one can work with a trusted specialist to get the care you deserve.