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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 (337) clinical trials

iCBT for Long-term Conditions in IAPT

iCBT is the delivery of a tailored structured cognitive and behaviour therapy based programme, with support, to individuals with mild to moderate symptoms of depression and anxiety. There is now a substantial body of research evidence that supports the efficacy and effectiveness of internet-delivered cognitive behaviour therapy for depression and ...

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Perioperative Music Listening on Anxiety Analgesia Use and Patient Satisfaction

Some tissue injury is unavoidable during surgery, but pain and anxiety are (nearly as often) also unavoidable in the perioperative period. Acute post-operative pain and anxiety have been managed via pharmacological interventions such as opioid-based analgesia for over a century. However, non-pharmacological interventions - such as music - have also ...

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MINDFUL-PC: Integrating Mindfulness Into the Patient-Centered Medical Home

This study builds on a pilot study that investigated the impact of Mindfulness Training for Primary Care on anxiety, depression, stress, and chronic illness self-management in primary care patients receiving care in an urban, community, multi-cultural safety net healthcare system. The current comparative effectiveness randomized controlled trial takes place in ...

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Evaluating an Internet-based Program for Anxious Adolescents

This study is a randomized controlled trial (RCT) with two groups, an Internet-delivered cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) experimental group (Breathe) and a resource webpage (control group; considered treatment as usual for youth waiting for services). The investigators will evaluate several methodological processes and outcomes through the following objectives: To determine ...

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Acute Anxiolytic Effects of Riluzole on Subjects With Social Anxiety Disorder

The investigators propose conducting a double-blind, placebo controlled crossover study examining the effects of BHV-0223 on public speaking anxiety. Twenty participants with DSM-5 defined social anxiety disorder and clinically significant public speaking anxiety on the Impromptu Speech Task will be enrolled in a challenge study. Participants will be given BHV-0223 ...


Pathway Study WS3 - Home Based Metacognitive Therapy for Cardiac Rehabilitation Patients

Depression and anxiety are highly prevalent in people with heart disease, causing immense human and economic burden. Available pharmacological and psychological interventions have limited efficacy and the needs of these patients are not being met in cardiac rehabilitation services despite emphasis in key NHS policy. Extensive evidence shows that a ...

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Stuttering and Anxiety

According to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, social anxiety disorder is characterized by marked or intense fear of social or performance-based situations where scrutiny or evaluation by others may occur. Feared situations often include speaking in public, meeting new people, and talking with authority figures. There are ...

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Treatment of Anxiety in Late Adolescents With Autism

Autism spectrum disorders (ASD) affect approximately 1.1% of late adolescents and young adults, making it one of the most common neurodevelopmental disorders. Comorbid anxiety disorders affect many higher-functioning adolescents and young adults with ASD, causing substantial distress and impairment over and above that caused by an ASD diagnosis alone. While ...


CSDM: A Trial to Improve Communication and Shared Decision Making Using a Web-Based Tool

Roughly 600,000 Americans annually die in or shortly after an ICU admission, generally after decisions by surrogates to forego life support. Several decades of research indicate: Family members in ICUs often struggle in the role of surrogate and experience high rates of lasting psychological sequelae (e.g. depression, anxiety, PTSD). For ...

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Stress and Fertility: How to Lower Stress When Trying to Conceive

Although stress is likely not a cause of infertility, research has shown negative effects of psychological stress on in vitro fertilization (IVF) outcomes. IVF processes have also been shown to increase stress in infertility patients. Patients that have had failed at IVF cycles are noted to have more stress. The ...

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