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Anxiety Disorders Clinical Trials

A listing of Anxiety Disorders medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.

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Found (312) clinical trials

Minerals and Botanicals for Acute Stress

Botanicals in isolation or combined, will be administered with a mineral and vitamin complex to moderately stressed, healthy adults in a parallel groups fashion in this randomised placebo controlled trial. Oscillatory brain activity (EEG) during rest and performance on cognitive tasks of attention will be examined after treatment intake under ...

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Dismantling the Components and Dosing of CBT for Co-Occurring Disorders

The purpose of this study is to establish a brief CBT intervention that can largely, if not fully eliminate the deleterious effect of common co-occurring anxiety disorders on alcohol use disorder treatment outcomes.

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Treatment for Comorbid Social Anxiety and Alcohol Use Disorders.

In this study, potential participants will be screened either by University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) staff or at the Matrix Institute on Addiction to determine whether they may have social anxiety and alcohol use disorder symptoms. If they screen positive for these symptoms, they will be invited to come ...

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Modular Treatment for Preschool Anxiety

Early childhood mental illness is a growing public health concern, and can persist into adolescence and adulthood if left untreated. Anxiety disorders are among the most common psychiatric illnesses in preschool aged youth and place youth at significantly higher risk for anxiety, depression, substance abuse, conduct problems, and diminished academic/occupational ...

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Mechanism of Antidepressant-Related Dysfunctional Arousal in High-Risk Youth

The primary goals of this proposal are to investigate the etiological mechanisms associated with antidepressant-related dysfunctional emotional arousal and to characterize baseline neurobiological risk factors that predict the development of dysfunctional emotional arousal in treatment seeking youth with a family history of BD. Antidepressants have moderate benefit for treating mood ...

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Effectiveness of Medicorp HO Preparatory Course

METHODOLOGY Study Setting: This study will be conducted in International Youth Centre, Cheras. It has been the main focal point of where most of the courses have been conducted. It is within easy reach and centrally located near Hospital UKM. Many participants will come from all around Malaysia to attend. ...

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Anxiety and Depression Levels in Cancer Patients After Self-Application of EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques)

Anxiety and depression have been found to be significant co-occurring conditions in cancer patients. This study examines these and other psychological conditions in patients diagnosed with cholangiocarcinoma, a rare cancer of the bile duct, with an average survival time of three to six months post-diagnosis. Participants are taught EFT in ...

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Rumination Focus Cognitive Behavior Therapy

The effectiveness of a Rumination Focused Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment (RF-CBT) will be compared with a wait list control group using a randomized control trial (RCT) design in a culture where this has not been tested before. The treatment approach was design to specifically target repetitive negative thinking (e.g., rumination and worries). ...

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Preventing Internalizing in Preadolescents Exposed to Chronic Stress

Mental health problems disproportionately affect racial and ethnic minority populations, as well as populations that face chronic economic hardship. There is clear evidence that (1) the processes that lay the groundwork for mental health disparities is laid during childhood and (2) that damage to and dysregulation of the physiologic stress ...

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Supporting Our Valued Adolescents Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial

Although recent evidence shows integrated care models increase service use, implementing these models is resource intense. Even in primary care settings with access to services and routine screening for depression and anxiety, patient engagement is low. This can be explained by a low perceived need for services present in both ...

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