Consider alternative treatments to mental health illnesses.

The National Institute of Mental Health supports research studies on mental health problems. Clinical trials are scientific studies to find better ways to prevent, detect, or treat illnesses.

Illnesses and research.

MindCare360's mission is to advocate for the individuals and families affected by mental health illnesses. We provide patients with relevant and timely information about many mental health illnesses and research.

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Autism spectrum disorder impacts social skills, communication, and behavior. Symptoms may be identifiable as early…

There are 124 active trials


PTSD can occur after experiencing or witnessing a traumatic event, but symptoms must be present…

There are 143 active trials

Psychotic Disorders

Delusions and hallucinations are the most common outward symptoms of psychotic disorders. Antipsychotics, talk therapy,…

There are 99 active trials

Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar consists of extreme highs (euphoria and hyper-productivity) and lows (hopelessness and lack of energy). …

There are 52 active trials

Social Anxiety

Social anxiety is an extreme fear of everyday interactions with both mental and physical symptoms. …

There are 263 active trials

Adult ADHD

Adult ADHD exists in adults who may or may not have not been diagnosed as…

There are 39 active trials


Alzheimer’s is a deterioration of the brain causing memory loss and trouble with everyday tasks….

There are 73 active trials


Depression is a serious mental health disorder affecting more than 300 million people worldwide. Symptoms…

There are 274 active trials


Read our latest clinical trials related articles.


Adaptive Learning And The Benefits For Students With ADHD

  • 9 Jun 2020
  • 1 minute read

Check all about Adaptive Learning Technologies and how you may best use them to form a customized educational model intended for students of all ages.

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Diet and Depression - the Emerging Field of Research

  • 9 Jun 2020
  • 2 minute read

Although in its early stages, the emerging field of research focused on the human microbiome suggests an important role for the gut microbiota in influencing brain development, behaviour and mood in humans.

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Why and How I Went on Disability for My Bipolar Disorder

  • 16 Jan 2020
  • 6 minute read

Originally published at on Yahoo. I have a disability. There, I said it. I probably...

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Newly Discovered Alzheimer's Gene Hints at Possible Breakthrough for the Disease

  • 16 Jan 2020
  • 3 minute read

Originally published at BioSpace Investigators at the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine identified a previously...

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Borderline Personality Disorder

12 Tips for Living with Someone Diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder

  • 16 Jan 2020
  • 7 minute read

Originally published at Psych Central As a teenager, Melanie made a suicide attempt and was...

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Adult ADHD Nearly Doubles Over Last Decade

  • 16 Jan 2020
  • 3 minute read

Originally published at Does it take forever to start a project… or finish it...

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