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1. Do you find little interest of pleasure in doing things?
2. Do you feel down, depressed or hopeless?

Do you have trouble falling asleep, staying asleep or are you sleeping too much?

4. Do you feel tired or having little to no energy?

Do you either have poor appetite or do you overeat?


How do you view and value yourself: Do you either

  • feel bad about yourself

  • feel that you are a failure

  • feel guilty that you let yourself or your family down?


Do you have trouble concentrating on things such as reading the newspaper or watching television: Is there a change in your usual capacity to concentrate or make decisions?

8. Do you feel restless?
9. Do you think about hurting yourself in some way?
10. If you select any of the problems above, how difficult these problems made it for you to do your work, take care of things at home or get along with other people?

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About the Author:

Erika Engel is an executive/life coach and therapist. She works with clients to help them increase self-awareness in order to create more choice in personal and professional pursuits and to arrive at their own definition of balance and fulfillment. She has been interested in mindfulness for a number of years and has completed a Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction course at the Toronto Mindfulness Clinic led by Lucinda Skyes. Erika often recommends mindfulness meditation to reduce anxiety and stress for her clients. Erika has completed the Advanced Training in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy program at the Toronto Psychoanalytic Society. She is also a member of the Canadian Association for Psychodynamic Therapy. Erika is certified by the International Coaching Federation and is qualified by Psychometrics Canada to administer the MBTI.