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Maywood, Illinois 60153


This proposal describes a small randomized controlled trial to determine whether usual medical care (UMC) for diabetes combined with a psychoeducational program is more effective than UMC for diabetes alone. This program differs from other diabetes programs by focusing on the management of dysphoric symptoms (depressive symptoms, anxiety, and anger). Diabetes self-care behaviors will be discussed and measured, but they are not the primary focus of the intervention. The psychoeducational program will address: 1) education about how dysphoric symptoms affect glycemic control; 2) recognition of dysphoric symptoms; and 3) management of dysphoric symptoms using CBT. Subjects will be randomized to receive the group psychoeducational intervention or no additional treatment. All subjects will receive UMC for diabetes


Inclusion Criteria: 1. aged 18 to 75 years; 2. have type 2 diabetes greater than six months and being medically managed 3. score greater than or equal to 16 on the CES-D which is indicative of depressive symptoms. 4. score greater than or equal to 12 on the CES-D plus a history of depression or currently being treated for depression. Exclusion Criteria: Women with current alcohol or substance abuse disorders, or a history of bipolar depression or any other psychotic disorder will be excluded. Women will also be excluded if they have a diabetes knowledge test score of less than 70% and severe complications of diabetes (blindness, renal failure, or major amputation which includes most toes, foot, knee, or leg)



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Maywood, Illinois 60153
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Date Processed: August 31, 2019

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