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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.


Found (368) clinical trials

African American Families Fighting Parental Cancer Together

The investigators will offer a 10-week prevention program to help African American parents and caregivers (e.g., grandparents) diagnosed for the first time with Stages I, II, or III solid tumor cancer in the last 12 months who are caring for a 12-18 year old child at home who has been ...

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A Problem Solving Based Intervention for Facilitating Return-to-work Among People Suffering From Common Mental Disorders

Problem solving based intervention involving the workplace has shown promising effects on return-to-work among persons with common mental disorders. A key element is cooperation between the person on sick leave, the participant's employer and health care professionals. The aim of the present study is to evaluate the effects of a ...

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Transdiagnostic CBT for Comorbid Alcohol Use and Anxiety Disorders

Almost 18 million US adults have alcohol use disorders (AUD), with one third of these individuals also diagnosed with anxiety disorders (AXD). The coexistence of AUD and AXD imposes a high burden via healthcare costs and lost productivity. To date, existing treatment approaches for addressing AUD/AXD comorbidity have been only ...

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Implementation of Problem Management Plus (PM+) in Adult Syrian Refugees in Turkey: Pilot

The STRENGTHS (Syrian REfuGees MeNTal HealTH Care Systems) study is a 5-year study that started in January 2017 with funding from the European Commission Horizon 2020 scheme and Turkey is one of the sites that this study will be conducted. The main aim of STRENGTHS in Turkey is to evaluate ...

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Pharmacogenomic Testing to Optimize Antidepressant Drug Therapy

Physicians and pharmacists have long been aware of subtle differences between patients in their responses to medications, but until recently did not have the tools to predict a patient's response to a drug before prescribing it. Many commonly prescribed medications are either ineffective or cause significant side effects for some ...

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Peer Social Support During In Vivo Exposure for PTSD

Veterans (participants and peers) with PTSD will be recruited from the Charleston VA Medical Center catchment area. Participants will have been assigned to exposure therapy for PTSD and either started treatment, or dropped out before treatment; peers will have successfully completed exposure therapy for PTSD. Those eligible to participate will ...

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Neural Mechanisms of Treatment Response to ADAPT

Functional abdominal pain disorders (FAPD) are among the most common chronic pain conditions of childhood and are associated with significant functional disability, pain, and comorbid anxiety that adversely impacts treatment outcomes. Thus, the PI developed a psychological intervention, Aim to Decrease Anxiety and Pain Treatment (ADAPT; F32HD078049), that targets both ...

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Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction for Adults With Low-Risk Chest Pain Associated With Anxiety

To determine the effect of an MBSR training program for patients with low-risk chest pain associated with anxiety on mental health (longitudinal GAD-7 scores, quality of life (PROMIS Global Short Form), and ED resource utilization (return ED visits). The working hypothesis is that early referral to MBSR will help patients ...

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Substance Misuse To Psychiatric Disorders for Cannabis

With the recent availability of vortioxetine, and the surging phenomenon of cannabis misuses amongst young abusers, it is a timely opportunity to conduct an early pharmacotherapy intervention study to offer an evidence-based strategy aiming to stop individuals with cannabis use disorders with depressive or anxiety symptoms, to develop into a ...


Metacognitive Therapy for Social Anxiety in Youth

A systematic case replication series utilising an A-B design with 3-month follow-up will be used within this study to replicate MCT intervention across SAD subtypes. (A = no treatment baseline; B = 8 weekly one-one sessions of MCT). This design was chosen as MCT is a relatively novel approach to ...

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