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The Stanford Translational Precision Mental Health Clinic Project is a pragmatic project to assess the clinical translation and implementation of neuroscience-based biotyping assessments for diagnosing and subtyping depressive and associated anxiety disorders in the outpatient setting. By utilizing objective assessments for diagnosis and subtyping, this clinic project forms a foundation for using such assessments in the personalized choice of treatments. The project is intended as an accelerator for translating and integrating neuroscience assessments into existing clinical systems and practice with the goal of improving psychiatric care. Based on results from your neuroscience-based biotyping assessments, participants will be assigned to one of four treatment options for an eight-week period.

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