OCD and Anxiety
Rogers Behavioral Health continually looks for ways to better serve the community with effective forms of treatment for mental health disorders. One way we may be able to increase the access to affordable health care for sufferers with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is through delivering treatment through a mobile device.
We are conducting a study that utilizes an application delivered on a cell phone. The app was developed from a software program that has been shown to be effective to reduce symptoms of OCD when delivered on a computer or laptop. This study will look at whether delivering this program in a much smaller format will maintain its effectiveness.
Adult participants come to either our Brown Deer or Oconomowoc, Wisconsin location two times a week for four weeks. After the initial screening which will take approximately two to three hours, each of the eight visits should take less than an hour.
We invite you to consider being part of this study which could help transform the accessibility and affordability of behavioral health care for OCD sufferers.
To participate or learn more about the study for yourself or someone you know, fill out the interest form or call us at 414-865-2600.
Study is funded through private donations to the Rogers Memorial Hospital Foundation.
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