Below are some opportunities to participate in Digital Mental Health research studies. Please note, these studies are not all affiliated with One Mind PsyberGuide. Clicking the links below will bring you to the relevant study page where you can learn more. If you have an actively recruiting research study on digital mental health you would like to post, please email us at

Free eCentre OCD Course

The OCD Course is a free, online, internet-delivered treatment course designed for people with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. OCD Course was developed because OCD has a significant impact on peoples’ lives but the symptoms often make it very difficult to seek treatment. Online or internet-delivered treatment for OCD is one approach to overcoming some of the barriers people experience getting access to effective treatment.

NORC Health Care Needs Survey

Many of us have experienced difficulties finding mental health or addiction care that is covered under insurance, or grappled with long wait times for providers who are covered.  This survey from NORC at the University of Chicago could help drive policy change that would make a difference to insurance coverage for health care needs. The survey is available in English or Spanish and takes 5-15 minutes. 

Digital Health Interventions for OCD

The Center for OCD & Related Disorders (CORD) at Massachusetts General Hospital (Boston, MA) is running a nation-wide research study testing two different digital health programs for OCD: a smartphone application (“app”) delivered cognitive behavioral therapy program and a web-based health and well-being program. Those who choose to take part and are eligible will have an equal chance of being randomly assigned to receive either program.