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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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Anxiolytic Effect of Lavender Oil on Orthognathic Surgery Patients

Preoperative anxiety is a common problem. It has long been known that surgical operations, unconsciousness, the risks of the operation itself, and the pain to be encountered in the future can cause a considerable amount of anxiety. Anxiety is associated with an uncertain psychological distress, and may vary to minor ...

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Dimensional Brain Behavior Predictors of CBT Outcomes in Pediatric Anxiety

Impairing anxiety affects 33% of the population by adolescence and can become chronic, leading to depression, substance abuse, school-drop out and even suicide. To reduce anxiety and prevent its sequelae, patients must be effectively treated early; yet, the first line intervention, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), has a heterogeneous response with ...

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The Association Between Physical Sensations and Thinking Styles

The main purpose of the present study is to look at relationships and changes over time but not to compare treatment outcomes (i.e. it is not an efficacy trial). The associations and interpretation measures are listed as primary outcomes because these are the measures of main interest.

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Mindfulness as a Method of Improving the Well-being Quality of Life and Health of Primary School Pupils

This study evaluates the short and long-term effect of 5-10 minutes daily mindfulness and compassion training in school among children aged between 6-16 years old. The mindfulness intervention will last for 10 weeks and the results will be compared to children who do not perform mindfulness in school. Due to ...

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Examining the Efficacy of the Anxiety Meter for Recognition and Management of Anxiety Signs in Autism Spectrum Disorder

Anxiety is a prevalent, persistent, and disabling co-morbidity of autism spectrum disorder (ASD). In addition to its profound negative impact on physical and mental health, anxiety interacts with the core deficits of ASD to exacerbate symptomatology and increase functional impairment. Anxiety treatments efficacious in non-ASD children (e.g., Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT)) ...

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Impact of Massage Therapy and Music Therapy on the Quality of Life of Hospice Patients

There is growing evidence that integrative therapies such as massage therapy and music therapy can be effective therapeutic tools for relief of pain and non-pain symptoms in hospice and palliative care patients. Massage and music therapies can provide comfort, relaxation, and improve quality of life for patients. The investigator's primary ...

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A Hybrid Effectiveness-Implementation Trial of Group CBT in Urban Schools

Background/Purpose: This project will expand the capacity of selected mental health agencies to provide services in the participating schools through school therapeutic services (STS). The project will provide enhanced training in evidence-based behavioral health interventions to school-based mental health providers. The services will be implemented by STS Master's level therapists ...

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Insomnia Self-Management in Heart Failure

Almost 75% of HF patients, a group of about 5.1 million Americans who have poor function and high levels of morbidity and mortality, report poor sleep. As many as 25-56% of HF patients report chronic insomnia (difficulty initiating or maintaining sleep or waking early in the morning, with non-restorative sleep ...

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Computer-Based Treatment for Social Anxiety Disorder

This randomized clinical trial examines the feasibility, acceptability, mechanism, and relative efficacy of two "doses" (standard 4-week/8 session vs. extended 8-week/12-session) of a recently developed computer-based therapy in individuals with social anxiety disorder (SAD). The purpose of this study is to assess whether a brief computer-based research treatment, provided in ...

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Collaborative Care for Children's Mental Health Problems

Most mental health problems begin in childhood and adolescence, but delays in receipt of treatment are measured in years to decades. As a result, mental health problems cause a disproportionate burden of disability among children and youth compared to adults, and have a major impact on life course development. Primary ...

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