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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 (11) clinical trials

Reducing Anxiety and Stress in Primary Care Patients

Background/Rationale: Many Veteran primary care patients experience impairing symptoms of anxiety, but rates of treatment are low. Primary Care-Mental Health Integration (PC-MHI), in which mental health clinicians provide brief treatment in the primary care setting, can bridge the gap between demand for, and availability of, anxiety treatment. However, brief anxiety ...

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Optimizing Psychotherapy for Anxiety Disorders

Anxiety disorders are highly prevalent and are associated with a high burden of disease, costs and individual impairment worldwide. Psychotherapy, especially cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), is the first line treatment for anxiety disorders. CBT is effective in modifying dysfunctional cognitions and reducing avoidance behavior, thus leading to a lasting reduction ...

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Implementation of Brief Dynamic Interpersonal Therapy at the VA

The goal of the proposed project is to collect data from clinician files and the electronic medical record to describe the clinical implementation of Brief Dynamic Interpersonal Therapy (DIT), an individual psychotherapy for depression and anxiety, at the VA through psychology staff and trainees between 2012-present. The study will collect ...

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Assessing Patient Anxiety During Mohs Micrographic Surgery

There has been a continual increase in cases of nonmelanoma skin cancer and melanoma over the last several decades. With the increase in incidence, there is also the need for increased treatment. Mohs micrographic surgery (MMS) is highly efficacious, with cure rates in the upper 90% for both basal cell ...

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CBT Versus CBT Augmented With Virtual Reality Exposure for Social Anxiety Disorder.

Background Social Anxiety Disorder has high lifetime prevalence, early onset and long duration or chronicity. Exposure therapy is considered as one of the most effective element in cognitive behavioural therapy but in vivo exposure can be difficult to access and control, and is sometimes rejected by patients because they consider ...

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Fatigue Anxiety Music and Entertainment (FAME) Study

The AIMS related to specific outcomes are: To explore impact of group drumming on fatigue and anxiety severity levels and change patterns over time as compared to an attentional control group. Hgain: Drumming yields greater mean overall improvement on fatigue and anxiety than does attention control. Hpersistence: The mean trend ...

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Stepped-Care Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment for Youth With ASD and Anxiety

Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) affects as many as 1 out of 59 individuals, with many higher-functioning youth not diagnosed until school-age or later. This equates to ~102,000 children under the age of 14 years in the state of Texas alone. Significant impairment in social and adaptive functioning are common, as ...

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Effectiveness of Pre-emptive Analgesia in Children With Molar-incisor Hypomineralization (MIH)

Pain is defined by IASP (International Association for the Study of Pain) as "an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with the damage actual or potential tissue or described in terms that suggest such harm". Episodes of pain and discomfort experienced by children are one of the main factors for ...

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Ketamine Infusion Therapy for the Treatment of PTSD in Paramedics

Working as a paramedic in a prehospital emergency medical services system (EMS) has been shown to lead to increased incidence of post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and increased risk of suicide in prehospital personnel. In recent years a growing body of literature has shown that ketamine hydrochloride can be an ...

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Pharmacogenetics of Antidepressant-Induced Disinhibition

Background and Rationale: Antidepressants such as serotonin-selective reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) are frequently prescribed to children to manage major depressive and anxiety disorders. Although SSRIs are thought to be generally effective and well-tolerated in children, 10%- 20% of children treated with SSRIs experience behavioral disinhibition (i.e. activation, hyperactivity, impulsivity, insomnia) that ...

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