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Chronic Pain and Depression Study

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Investigating online training programs that may help in improving mood among those with chronic pain

Researchers at Sinai Health are conducting a study on non-medication treatment options for depression in people living with chronic pain. If you are an adult that experiences chronic pain, sometimes feel low or depressed, and have regular access to internet for video calls, you may qualify. The study will investigate two programs – the Health Enhancement Program and Sahaj Samadhi Meditation – that may improve mood and will take place over a 12-week period through video calls. Joining this study requires the attendance of four 2-hour training s

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Questionnaires

Complete questionnaires about mood, pain, quality of life, and thoughts on participating online programs.

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Online Non-medication Treatments for Depressed Mood in People with Chronic Pain

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NCT04039568

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