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