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Depression Intervention for Adolescents with Depression and Sleep Disturbances

Submitted by ColumbiaPAMRC on March 31, 2015. Get Healthy Heights Center for OCD & Related Disorders Research Group Columbia University Pediatric Anxiety and Mood Research Clinic

Is Your Teen Depressed?

Are you the parent of an adolescent who is struggling with depression and sleep difficulties? We may have a treatment that can help.

We are conducting research to compare different ways of improving sleep and mood in teens. Treatment involves Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Adolescents targeting:
• depression
• trouble falling and staying asleep
• not feeling rested on waking
• feeling sleepy during the day

To participate, your child must:
• be 12 to 17 years old
• have sleep problems
• have symptoms of depression (persistently sad or apathetic mood, disturbed appetite, poor
concentration, poor self-esteem, and decreased interest in pleasurable activities).

If interested, please contact Ellie McGlinchey at mcglinc@nyspi.columbia.edu or (646) 774-5859 or visit http://columbiapsychiatry.org/pamrc

Locations: 

Columbia University Medical Center
1051 Riverside Drive Suite 2500
10032 New York, NY
United States
Phone: (646) 774-5859

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