BT Steps: A Study of Web-Based Treatment for Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Do you have obsessive-compulsive disorder or think you might? Have you had trouble finding treatment for your OCD? Do you use the Internet? If you answered “yes” to these questions, you might be eligible to participate in a research study conducted by Dr. Kenneth Kobak of the Center for Psychological Consultation.

This study will evaluate a new, web-based treatment program for obsessive-compulsive disorder called BT Steps. BT Steps teaches participants skills from cognitive behavior therapy and is based on an earlier, telephone-based program that was shown to be effective in a research trial. In the current research study, we will assess the effectiveness of BT Steps alone, or supported by coaching from either a trained coach or a cognitive behavior therapist. This study is supported by a grant from the National Institute of Mental Health.

If you have any questions or would like to learn more about this study please contact Revere Greist at (608) 556-0766 or rgreist [at] centerforpsychconsulting [dot] com.

Organization: 
Center for Psychological Training, Research and Consultation
Principal Investigator: 
Kenneth Kobak, PhD
Eligibility Criteria: 

To participate in this study, you must be at least 18 years old, have OCD, and use or be willing to use the Internet. You will not be required to travel to participate in this study, as the BT Steps program is web-based and all coaching will take place via telephone.  Participants will be compensated up to $250 for their participation.

Contact: 
Revere Greist, (608) 556-0766, rgreist@centerforpsychconsulting.com
Location: 
Online
State: 
Wisconsin
Study End Date: 
Mon, 2012-12-31

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