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Depression Following Traumatic Brain Injury

If you live in the New York City metropolitan area, have had a traumatic brain injury and are experiencing depression, or if you know people who fit that description:

The Research and Training Center for Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Interventions at Mount Sinai School of Medicine is seeking people who have had a TBI and are experiencing depression. The research study will evaluate the effectiveness of two different psychotherapy treatments in helping individuals who are depressed after brain injury. To participate in this study, you must be suffering from depression and be willing to participate in one of the psychotherapies for 4 months. If interested, please call Mt Sinai’s Rehabilitation Research and Training Center at 212-241-5152. If you live outside of the five New York City boroughs, you may call toll free at 888-241-5152. 

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