The academics at the Anxiety and Depression Clinic are continuously conducting research to better understand anxiety, depression, and related emotional disorders, as well as their treatment. Ultimately, our research will help improve the assessment, treatment, and prevention of anxiety and depressive disorders. We hope to understand why some people develop emotional disorders, and which treatments are most effective for different people.
We will never conduct research on you without your consent. All research is reviewed and approved by the Cairnmillar Institute’s Human Research Ethics Committee (HREC). For more information on the HREC, click here.
This research study is designed to evaluate the efficacy of transdiagnostic cognitive-behavioural therapy for Emotional Disorders, including anxiety, depression, obsessive-compulsive, and posttraumatic stress disorders, and investigate factors that might lead to better or worse outcome.
We are currently recruiting clients at the Anxiety and Depression Clinic to complete questionnaires and other assessments before and after treatment.
To book an appointment, please contact us at the Hawthorn East Anxiety and Depression Clinic.