Texas Psychological And Consultation Services - TPACS
Texas Psychological And Consultation Services - TPACS




Depression affects the way a person thinks, acts and feels. When depressed, a person may lose perspective on events and feel that problems are unsolvable. He or she may consider options for escape, such as running away, drugs or alcohol, or even suicide. It is important to know the signs of depression to determine if psychological testing is needed.


Please click here if you are ready to schedule an initial meeting to see if psychological testing is needed.


Signs of depression that suggest the need for psychological testing:

  • Sad or irritable mood most days
  • Changes in patterns of eating or sleeping (too much or too little)
  • Loss of interest in activities
  • Reduced energy level or restlessness
  • Feelings of illness, such as headaches or stomachaches
  • Sudden inattention and trouble making decisions
  • Feeling guilty, hopeless or worthless
  • Preoccupation with death and suicide
  • Severe academic and social difficulties
  • Frequent absences from school due to sadness, fatigue or anger


Many children and adolescents need psychological testing to determine if they are depressed and to develop an intervention plan.


If you have questions about depression or psychological testing, please complete the form to the right to contact our intake coordinator. You can also e-mail us at info@tpacs.com.

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