Self-help program for youth and young adults with depression

image of cellphone screen with DoNamic app When you're feeling sad or depressed it's hard to do things you used to enjoy or get through your day-to-day activities. DoNamic was designed to help you Domore and become a dyNamic participant in your own life. What you feel and what you do are related, so changing what you do in your everyday life can help improve your mood.

Join the team

A group of researchers and Nova Scotia community non-profit leaders (i.e., Laing House and Family Service Association Halifax) worked together to develop an Internet-based self-guided program for youth and young adults with depression (with and without concerning gambling behaviour), called DoNamic. They're now testing the program by encouraging individuals to use it for a few weeks.

This research team is looking for youth and young adults with depression (with and without concerning gambling behaviour) to try the program. The goal is to evaluate whether it's a good resource to support youth and young adults with depression (with and without concerning gambling behaviour). If the results are satisfactory, they'll make this program more widely available. They goal is to help many people overcome these conditions through this program.

If you're interested in testing the program check it out on this website: donamic.ca.

This is a Canada-wide study and all study procedures happen online. The researchers are trying to connect with organizations in Ontario and throughout Canada.

Check out the recruitment flyer for more information.

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