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Hoarding Disorder Treatment With Virtual Reality
This study explores whether a facilitated peer support group called Buried in Treasures (BIT) and a virtual reality decluttering practice can help individuals with clutter challenges.
Stanford is currently accepting patients for this trial.
Collaborator: National Institute on Aging (NIA)
- Behavioral: Facilitated group therapy with behavioral practice; 16 weeks
1. Age greater than 55
2. Either gender and all ethno-racial groups
3. Physically healthy male or non-pregnant female.
4. Hoarding Disorder primary condition
5. Willing and able to understand and complete consent and study procedures
6. English speaking
7. Participant should have the technology to host Zoom calls
1. Current or past history of bipolar, psychotic or eating disorders, substance
dependence, or substance abuse in the last year.
2. Clinically at risk of suicide with Columbia Suicide Severity Rating Scale (C-SSRS)
Suicidal Ideation Subscale of 4 or higher (i.e. suicidal intent without specific plan)
3. Major medical or neurological conditions that increase the risk of participation or
that would prevent completing assigned behavioral practice tasks.
4. Unable or unwilling to allow study staff into home for home assessment
5. Currently at high risk for eviction
6. Animal hoarding or squalor
Ages Eligible for Study
56 Years - N/A
Genders Eligible for Study