2021 - 2028
This study will assess whether a care coordination program for teens with disabilities that treats depression and anxiety is better than a care coordination program that refers them to mental health services in terms of making teens feel healthier, happier, and able to handle future challenges.
Ongoing since 2017
Youth depression is a problem of major proportions, and over half of all teens who plan or attempt suicide have a mood disorder at the time.
Ongoing since 2015
With this renewal of support, Gladstone will continue her work training In-Home Therapy clinicians in the Family Talk intervention, and supporting the use of the intervention with In-Home Therapy clients.
Ongoing since 2016
This project aims to implement an evidence-based suicide prevention program in the Natick middle school.
Ongoing since 2019
Ministering to the Blue is a pilot study to prevent depression in Wellesley College students.
Ongoing since 2015
Hey NHS/WMS/KMS is a three-part program to address adolescent depression throughout the Natick Public Schools. The program will make an effort to increase mental health literacy in the Natick school community, and to prepare the community for a broad-based screening and intervention approach to the problem of youth depression/suicidal behavior.
2018 - 2025
This multi-year study tests two depression prevention approaches -- the online intervention CATCH-IT and an in-person group therapy intervention, POD -- to see which can prevent depression in teens.
Ongoing since 2009
The research teamwill examine the long-term effects of an earlier intervention on preventing depression during the critical developmental transition to young adulthood.
This national, multi-site research study aims to test the effectiveness and generalizability of a cognitive-behavioral intervention for preventing depressive disorders in at-risk adolescent offspring of parents with depression.
Ongoing since 2018
This project will result in a better understanding of the factors that contribute to the long-term prevention of adolescent depression, including individual and family factors that influence intervention use and response.
This project aims to explicate the relation between parental depression, parenting styles, parent/child relationships, sibling relationship quality and internalizing and externalizing outcomes in children.
2011 - 2016
This was an evaluation of CATCH-IT, a primary care, internet-based depression prevention program for at-risk adolescents and their families.