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This study will examine the efficacy of an internet-based brief intervention designed to reduce risky behavior veterans as the move into their second year post-Army. Up to 350 veterans drawn from The Network Study (Dept of Defense; Award number: W81XWH1920001) will be recruited with the intention of drawing a final sample of 300. Study participants will be randomly assigned to either the intervention or the control group, stratified by age and gender.
Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) is effective in reducing relapse rates and (residual) symptoms in major depressive disorder (MDD). However, the mechanisms underlying those MBCT-induced effects are far from clear. The goal of this study is to get more insight into the working mechanisms of MBCT. The main question to be answered is whether MBCT-induced reduction in depressive symptoms is mediated and/or moderated by repetitive negative thinking (RNT), or other factors hypothesized to be involved in the working mechanism of MBCT (e.g. mindfulness skills and self-compassion).
The goal of this pilot study is to examine the feasibility of the prototype C-STRESS app with 3 college students from UCI with clinically significant depression (scored ≥ 10 on the Patient Health Questionnaire-9). The main question it aims to answer is: whether the prototype C-STRESS is useful for college students to manage daily stress and depression symptoms. Participants were asked to use the C-STRESS app daily for 6 weeks to participate in CBCT lessons, watch guided meditation videos, complete short reflective exercises, and engage with other content provided in C-STRESS (i.e., attending drop-in sessions, journaling, completing mood and wellbeing check-ins, and reading educational articles on depression, anxiety, and stress). At the end of week 3 and 6, participants completed 6 online surveys (System Usability Scale, Technology Acceptance Model, Patient Health Questionnaire-9, General Anxiety Disorder-7, Health Related Quality of Life-4, and Brief-COPE) to assess C-STRESS's usability/feasibility and changes in depressive symptoms and coping styles over the study period.
This study evaluates the efficacy of two digital therapeutics, WB001 and ED001, on depressive symptoms among women diagnosed with postpartum depression.
The primary aim of this study is to investigate the difference in depression symptoms at 4-weeks across two types of programs for addressing depressive symptoms, including Woebot (WB002) and Digital Education (ED002). The secondary aim of this study is to investigate the difference in anxiety symptoms at 4-weeks across the two programs. The tertiary aim of this study is to evaluate the feasibility, acceptability, and satisfaction of each program.
The primary aim of this pilot study is to assess the feasibility, acceptability, and preliminary evidence of efficacy of a self-guided, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)-based mobile app intervention (SparkRx) for symptoms of depression among adolescents being treated in specialty medical care settings at Children's Hospital of Los Angeles (CHLA).
The primary aims of the proposed research are to assess the feasibility, acceptability, and preliminary evidence of efficacy of a self-guided, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)-based mobile app intervention (SparkRx) for the treatment of adolescents presenting with symptoms of depression in specialty medical care settings (e.g.Hematology/Oncology, Weight Management, etc.) at Children's Health System of Texas (CHST).
The Nu-V3 Clinical Study is a prospective, single-arm, open-label, multi-center study using the Nu-V3 cranial nerve stimulation treatment device in patients with chronic pain, anxiety, depression, and/or sleeplessness. For this Phase II study, a total of 100-200 patients at multiple centers will be registered for study participation. Study participants are those who have signed the informed consent form, met the inclusion and exclusion criteria, and are enrolled in the study at one of multiple sites. Enrolled participants are stratified based on their chronic pain, anxiety, depression, and/or sleeplessness symptom presentation at baseline and treated with the Nu-V3 device for 24 weeks. Interim analysis of reported data will be based on baseline stratifications and conducted at 6, 12, 18, and 24 weeks during this time. The participant will be evaluated after the initial 12-week treatment period to assess for further therapeutic need. Upon having three consecutive weeks of mean symptom reduction of ≥70% via patient reported numerical scales, the participant will continue as described in the study assessments table, but without device therapy. Then if the participant's primary symptom score increases at any time by ≥20%, they may again continue device therapy until week 24.
This study will examine whether a session of animal-assisted therapy reduces anxiety levels and improves long-term clinical outcomes of outpatient psychiatric patients in regard to their Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD-7), Patient Health Questionnaire (PHQ-9 - Depression assessment), Three Item Loneliness scale (TIL), and Mean Arterial Blood Pressure.
To examine the efficacy of Almond Therapy compared to Treatment as Usual when used in addition to an approved version of intranasal esketamine.