Self Assessment for Bipolar Disorder <br /><br />...do I have bipolar disorder?

Self Assessment for Bipolar Disorder

...do I have bipolar disorder?

SELF ASSESSMENT FOR Bipolar Disorder

The goal of our Bipolar Disorder self-test is not to provide a definitive answer as to whether you or someone you care about has a clinical diagnosis of Bipolar Disorder. Rather, it is an opportunity to raise your awareness about how mood swings may be impacting aspects of your life, or the life of someone you care about.


As you read each of the following statements take your time to think about the answer, then click on the button if you believe it applies to you. Only you will be seeing the results of this self-test so take the opportunity to be completely honest with yourself.


The key characteristic of Bipolar Disorder is the experience of mood swings where there is a period of time where you experience the “downs” or depressed mood symptoms, alternating with the “ups” or elevated mood symptoms. These mood cycles can vary in duration, and length of time between episodes. There can often be periods of normal mood in between the depressed and elevated mood cycles.


South Pacific Private offers free confidential assessments if you wish to discuss the results of your test. Please call us 24/7 on 1800 063 332.


Part A

Depressive Mood Symptoms

Have you experienced an episode where you have had some of these symptoms for a period of at least two weeks:

Part B

Elevated Mood Symptoms

Have you experienced an episode where you have felt more “wired” or “hyper” than you would normally when you are happy, and had some of these symptoms for a period of time:

South Pacific Private offers free confidential assessments if you wish to discuss the results of your test.
Please call us 24/7 on 1800 063 332.