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Complicated Grief Clinical Trials

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


Found (4) clinical trials

Accelerated Resolution Therapy for Complicated Grief

ART is an evidence-based therapy for the treatment of depressive symptoms and trauma and stress-related disorders that includes the core components of trauma-focused therapy including imaging rescripting, voluntary image replacement, guided visualization with use of eye movements, desensitization and processing of distressing memories, and in-vitro exposure to future feared triggers. ...

Phase N/A

Complicated Grief Among Children After a Death From Cancer or Another Cause: A Longitudinal and Prospective Study (CAPS)

Although the intensity of the grief and life disruption usually subsides in the months following the loss of a loved one, approximately 7% of bereaved individuals will continue to experience persistent and intense grief-related symptoms associated with marked distress and functional impairment years after the death. While several studies aimed ...

Phase N/A

Evaluation of a French Unguided Internet-based Intervention for Adults Struggling With Their Partner's Loss

Internet-based self-help interventions have proved to have beneficial effects on a broad range of disorders including complicated grief disorder. Additionally, initial evidence is provided for the effectiveness of a CBT-oriented online guided intervention for the milder grief symptoms. Unguided online interventions have a favorable cost-benefit ratio . French empirically supported ...

Phase N/A

Understanding the Role of Sleep in Complicated Grief

The purpose of this study is to learn more about the causes of Complicated Grief (CG) in those who experience the loss of a loved one. This study aims at learning more about the sleep patterns and emotions in participants with CG as compared to those who have lost a ...

Phase N/A