Fourteen weeks of Cognitive Behavior Therapy for depression.
Please refer to this study by identifier 6806R
The purpose of this research study is to learn which psychological variables predict how much patients with depression will benefit from Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), well established psychotherapy for depression, and also how the variables change over the course of therapy. Patients are required to fill out measures that assess various psychological variables at three time points through 14 weeks of CBT. We plan to recruit 70 participants with depression who complete the study forms and treatment. This is a non-funded pilot study.
- Type of Study: Clinical Trial
- Setting of Study: outpatient
- Clinical Trials.gov number: NCT01868711
- Providing Clinical Treatment?: Yes
- No Cost Treatment?: Yes
- Care is provided in languages: English
- Filling Out Forms
- Blood Samples
- Ages Eligible for Study: Years - Years
- Genders Eligible for Study:
- This study is not recruiting Healthy Volunteers.
- Inclusion Criteria:
- Location: The New York State Psychiatric Institute Depression Evaluation Service (DES) 3rd Floor (Suite 3300) 1051 Riverside Drive New York, NY 10032
- Clinic: Depression Evaluation Service
- Division: Therapeutics
- Study chairs or principal investigators: Ronit Kishon Ph.D., Principal Investigator
- Co-investigators: Jonathan W. Stewart , Maren Westphal,