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Children’s ADHD Telemental Health Treatment Study (CATTS)

R01 MH081997-01A1

NIMH: Telemental Health to Improve Mental Health Care and Outcomes for Children Living in Underserved Areas

This study will test the efficacy of protocol-driven intervention consisting of both medication and behavioral treatment delivered via telepsychiatry to children 6–11 years old diagnosed with ADHD in the rural Pacific Northwest compared to treatment as usual with a pediatric primary care physician.

PI: Kathleen Myers, MD, MPH

Funding Period: 9/01/08 – 8/31/13 NIMH

The ADVOCATE Study (Adolescent Depression: Video-, Online, Computer-Assisted Treatment Enhancements)

We are testing an online gaming treatment for teens with depression. It uses two new approaches: a videogame called SPARX and video conferencing (like Skype) to talk with an e-therapist who helps teens to use the SPARX information in daily life. We are currently recruiting teenagers for this study. Learn more.

PI: Kathleen Myers, MD, MPH

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800-997-4017 or 206-884-2343