Treatment-resistant depression happens when someone diagnosed with major depressive disorder (MDD) does not get better with treatments. University of Pittsburgh researchers want to see if neurofeedback can improve symptoms in people with treatment-resistant depression.
Neurofeedback is a non-invasive intervention that involves showing a person their brain activity during a brain scan and teaching them how to better understand and control it. This type of brain training has shown promise for the treatment of depression and other mental health conditions.
If you've been diagnosed with depression and tried at least two antidepressant treatments with no success, you may be eligible to participate in this study. We hope that this research will lead to better treatments in the future. Further depression research and join our study today!