Uni of Sydney study seeking male participants to provide insights into therapy for depression

Researchers at the University of Sydney are looking to interview males, aged 16 years or older that have sought psychological therapy for symptoms of depression in the past 10 years. The aim of the study is to understand what they liked, disliked and what they think needs work in terms of making these services more appealing to males.   This includes talking to guys who have dropped out of therapy even after one session, to understand what went wrong and what could have been changed to keep them going.

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