StrongMinds treats depression in women in Uganda through a community-based talk therapy model based on group interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT-G). Under previous TTS funding, StrongMinds successfully adapted its IPT-G model, using a human centered design approach to treat depression and improve the wellbeing of adolescents aged 12-19. In addition to group talk therapy, the organization delivers psychoeducation to young people, their families, and teachers in an effort to break down stigma and address destructive gender norms. StrongMinds will expand the reach of the IPT-G model in schools and community centers in Uganda and Zambia. In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, StrongMinds adapted their in-person group talk therapy to a phone-based teletherapy model, including a version specifically adapted for adolescents.