Depression Center

As a founding member of the National Network of Depression Centers, we are committed to increasing scientific knowledge about depression & bipolar disorder and removing the stigma associated with mental illness. These aims will enable advanced patient care, thereby significantly improving quality of life.

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401 E. Chestnut Suite 610
Louisville, KY 40202

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Depression Center Newsletter

Read the Spring/Summer, 2023 Newsletter

2023 Annual Depression & Mood Disorders Conference

The University of Louisville Depression Center will be in-person at the UofL Conference Center at ShelbyHurst Campus for its Seventeenth Annual Depression & Mood Disorders Conference, on November 16th and 17th, 2023. We look forward to hosting the top event for mental health education in the region. It offers an excellent opportunity for mental health professionals to improve their knowledge for diagnosing and treating mood disorders and related conditions. Please click here for more information.

UofL School of Medicine recognizes Dr. Robert Caudill, MD.

You can read “UofL Telemedicine Program Revolutionizes Mental Health Care in the Commonwealth” here.

Weekly Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA) Meetings

Tuesday nights, 7:30 - 8:30pmSeveral of our providers partner with the DBSA Family and Friends Groups. More information here.

Recent Topics

Jess Wright, MD, offers suggestions for coping during the pandemic

Upcoming Events

From the Director

Dr. Jesse WrightRecommended Reading from the Director of the UofL Depression Center

Dr. Wright was a co-author on an important study that researched the barriers to implementation of Computer-Assisted Cognitive-Behavior Therapy for depression in primary care. Some of the obstacles include an insufficient number of trained therapists, costs of treatment, lack of transportation, and difficulty in scheduling and attending a large number of therapy sessions. For this reason, most primary care patients who could benefit from CBT do not participate in this form of treatment or receive any psychotherapy. Read article


Appointments: 502-588-4450

UofL Health Care Outpatient Center
401 E. Chestnut
Suite 610
Louisville, KY 40202
Phone: 502-588-4450
Fax: 502-588-9539




Clifford Kuhn, MD

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