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Sleep To Reduce Incident Depression Effectively

January 7, 2021

Overview

The Sleep To Reduce Incident Depression Effectively study aims to determine how different types of stepped-care cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) can reduce severity of insomnia and to see if this treatment model can prevent major depressive disorder.

 

Study Information 

The effect of digital cognitive behavioral therapy (dCBT) and face-to-face CBT will be gauged on various sleep parameters including Insomnia Severity Index, sleep onset latency, and wake after sleep onset. Those at higher risk for depression will be included in the study. The study will also compare the effectiveness of dCBT with face-to-face CBT on sleep outcomes. 

 

In addition, dCBT and CBT for insomnia will be tested on the incidence of major depressive disorder and relapse over two years. The rates of depression in those undergoing dCBT and CBT will also be measured against a control group.

 

Inclusion Criteria:

 

  • 18 years of age or older
  • Has an insomnia sleep index score of greater than 14
  • Has no DSM-5 major depressive disorder at the start of the study
  • Has no clinically significant symptoms of depression (Quick Inventory of Depressive Symptomatology < 11)

 

Exclusion Criteria:

 

  • Younger than age 18
  • Currently uses antidepressants for the treatment of depression
  • Has Bipolar or Seizure disorders
  • Has any other sleep disorders besides insomnia

 

Locations

Henry Ford Medical Center – Columbus

Novi, Michigan, United States

 

Sponsors / Collaborators

Henry Ford Health System

Big Health

University of Michigan

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