OCD and Anxiety
Depression makes it difficult for people to be hopeful and focus on the positive side of situations, or even find a desire to participate in activities they once enjoyed. Rogers Behavioral Health’s clinical research study for adults with major depressive disorder (MDD) may offer some relief.
We are testing a cell phone application’s ability to retrain the way people with depression interpret cues in their lives, helping them develop a more positive outlook. The application is based off of research previously conducted in the field of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD).
Participants in this study come to either our Brown Deer or Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, locations two times a week for four weeks. After the initial screening which will take approximately two to three hours, each of the eight visits should take less than an hour.
We invite you to consider being part of this study, which could help transform the accessibility and affordability of behavioral healthcare for depressed individuals.
To participate or learn more about the study for yourself or someone you know, fill out the interest form or call us at 414-865-2600.
The study is funded through private donations to the Rogers Memorial Hospital Foundation.
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