Clinical Trial of CBASP for Individuals with Co-occurring Chronic Depression and Alcohol Dependence- #15599

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Clinical Trial of CBASP for Individuals with Co-occurring Chronic Depression and Alcohol Dependence- #15599

The purpose of the study is to research an emerging therapy- known as Cognitive Behavioral Analysis System of Psychotherapy- to see if it helps reduce alcohol consumption and improve symptoms of depression at the same time.  The study involves psychological assessment and weekly individual therapy, all of which are provided free of charge.  There is no monetary compensation provided for this study.  The study requires a total of 24 visits over a period of 33 weeks.

 

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