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ePST is based on Problem-solving Treatment (PST), which is being disseminated in primary care via the Collaborative Care model used in the IMPACT study9. ePST closely follows the well-validated PST for Primary Care manual.


ePST treats mood disorders, just like PST

Major depressive disorder

Persistent depressive disorder (dysthymia)

Depressive disorder due to another medical condition

Sub clinical mood disturbances (e.g., minor depression)

When comorbid conditions are present, like anxiety, sleep problems, or substance use


ePST also can be used for management of chronic and acute stress related to a variety of situations in daily life.


Practitioners help identify and refer appropriate candidates for ePST.


The Problem-solving Process

Patients schedule their weekly sessions and automatically receive reminders. A virtual master clinician who is an expert in PST guides the user through learning the seven steps of PST.

Healthcare providers monitor patients' clinical status, progress, and safety via a clinician dashboard and safety alerts. An individual report generated at the conclusion of treatment demonstrates outcomes and informs further treatment planning.

What users do during ePST

Preview session and baseline assessment

Six sessions of problem solving skills training

Practice skills with daily life problems

Trouble shoot weak-spots in their problem-solving process

Prepare for continued use of skills in the future


EverMind programs offer an unparalleled level of engagement, interactivity, and personalization, helping users stick with our interventions and achieve desired results.


Listen as a user reflects on her experience with an ePST virtual therapist (2:08 min).