Mindfulness, Guided Imagery and Supportive Group Treatments to Improve Mood for Dementia Caregivers

Photo of two researchers talking together

Depression treatments that are available today are the result of decades of research.

Are you caring for a relative with Dementia? Do you want to improve your mood, outlook, or energy? You may be eligible for a short-term group therapy research study. Participants in this confidential project will be interviewed by researchers, and participate in group therapy for 4 weekly sessions. This may include facilitated group discussions or learning mindfulness and guided imagery techniques. If currently taking antidepressants, you will be asked to not change medications during 6 weeks of the study. Subjects may be reimbursed up to $120 for participation.

If interested, please contact Richard Bernard at 617-724-3673 or RBERNARD2@partners.edu.  

< Back to Our studies listing