CCBT Depression Treatment Study
PI: Dr. Yvette Sheline, MD (NIH Funded)
Computer-augmented cognitive behavioral therapy (CCBT) is approved by the FDA as a form of treatment for depression. The purpose of the study is to learn more about computer-augmented cognitive behavioral therapy (CCBT) and to examine connections in the brains of patients with depression.
Who are we looking for?
- Individuals ages 18-60 years old, with OR without symptoms of depression
- Individuals who have a smart phone (iPhone or Android) and access to a private computer or electronic tablet
What you will do:
- Clinical interview and self-report questionnaires
- Complete 1-3 MRI scans
- Study participation will last approximately 8-20 weeks, depending on study group
- All participants with depression will complete 9 computer modules of CCBT and meet with a cognitive behavioral therapist 6 times over the course of the study
- Compensation is provided.
Who should I contact?
If you are interested, please take this online survey to see if you qualify:
If you would like more information, contact the CNDS at 215-573-2637 or email us at CNDSlab@pennmedicine.upenn.edu.