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The Multi-Media Social Skills Project for Adults

This study is investigating the development of a social skills training program for adults with Asperger's Syndrome or high-functioning autism, ages 18 to 35 years. The Principal Investigator for this study is Dr. Michael Murray, the director of the Autism Studies Division at the Penn State Hershey Medical Center. The purpose of this study is to adapt a social skills training program to address and enhance the social skills of adults with Asperger's Syndrome and high-functionin...

Development of Problem-solving Skills Among Female Adolescents by Application of Social Cognitive Theory in Parent-Child Relationship

Adolescence is the most important period of growth for humans. The conflict and disagreement which exists within family relationships will affect the children behaviors. Family relationships are the cause of many problems in adolescents, to develop a training program on problem-solving skills for adolescent girls to change their relationship with their parents.

Relationship Training for Children With Autism and Their Peers

This study will determine whether peer interaction training interventions are effective in enhancing the social relationships of children with autism.

Adolescent Social Skills Training Program

This study is a pre-test, post-test single group design with follow-up at months three and six. Twenty-four individuals total will participate in this study with 6 participants in each of 4 cohorts. Cohorts will be run in a time sequential manner with only one cohort run at a time. Participants and their parents will complete pre-test measures including both paper and pencil measures and a video-recording to assess the participant's social interaction skills and fluency. Th...

Assessment and Treatment of Social Skills Deficits in Individuals With Social Phobia

This study will determine whether people with social phobia are deficient in certain social skills.

Cognitive Remediation and Social Skills Training in Schizophrenia

The purpose of this study is to examine whether patients who participate in cognitive remediation prior to a skills training program learn and perform the skills better than patients who do not participate in cognitive remediation.

Improving Housing Outcomes for Homeless Veterans

Many homeless Veterans with serious mental illness (SMI) enroll in the VA's Supported Housing (VASH) program but struggle to obtain and sustain housing. Social skills are an important-but underappreciated-determinant of housing outcomes for homeless adults. The investigators hypothesize that homeless Veterans with SMI who participate in a social skills training program, tailored for housing-related social skills, will obtain housing quicker, retain housing longer, and show impr...

Effectiveness of a Training Program in Improving Coping Skills in People With Arthritis Pain

Osteoarthritis (OA) is the leading cause of disability in the United States. Studies have shown that training patients to cope with pain improves physical and social functioning, increases self-efficacy, and reduces psychological distress. However, this type of training is not available to the vast majority of OA patients. This study will determine the effectiveness of a training program for coping with pain that will be administered in community medical practices.

A Research on the Effect of Korean Version of PEERS Social Skills Training for Young Adults (PEERS-YA-K) With Autism Spectrum Disorder

Despite the psychosocial difficulties common among young adults with autism spectrum disorders(ASD), little to no evidence-based social skills interventions exist for this population. Using a randomized controlled trial(RCT) design, the current study tested the effectiveness of an evidence-based, caregiver-assisted social skills intervention known as PEERS for Young Adults with high-functioning young adults with ASD using self- and caregiver-report measures.

Learning Enhancement Through Neurostimulation in Autism

This study will examine whether brain stimulation paired with social skills learning can help teenage boys with autism learn how to make and keep friends. Brain stimulation can enhance learning in some people. This study involves enrolling in a 14-week training program where teenage boys with autism interact in small groups and learn social skills. During the 14-week program participants will receive active brain stimulation, or non-active stimulation (placebo). Before and afte...

Parent-Child Reciprocity and the Effectiveness of PEERS

Early adolescence marks a significant development in teens' social abilities, shifting from play to conversation-based activities, and having stronger and more intimate friendships. Parents contribute to this shift by practicing reciprocal social interaction with their teens. For teens with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) this shift in their peers' social abilities extends their characteristic social deficits even further. Social skills deficits in individuals with ASD ar...

Group Parent Training for Adolescent Eating Disorders

While parents are considered essential for the effective treatment of adolescents with anorexia nervosa, the most effective manner to involve parents in treatment is unknown. Given reports of high caregiver burden among parents of this clinical group, finding treatments that minimize parent burden while improving the child's eating disorder symptoms is essential. This investigation will examine the preliminary effectiveness of a parent skills group and adolescent skills ...

The Use of Skills Training to Augment CWT/VI for Veterans With SMI

The goal of this study is to evaluate the efficacy of a combined social skills training and cognitive-behavioral therapy intervention for seriously mentally ill veterans as they begin employment.

Parent Training to Enhance Social Success for Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder

Children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) exhibit characteristic deficits in social initiation and there are no empirically validated treatments specifically for this core deficit. While parent training is known to be a critical intervention component, few social skills programs involve parents. This study will capitalize on an existing social skills group already established at the community agency Abilities United, with the goal of enhancing the program's effectiveness by ...

Enhancing the Outcome of Skills Training for People With Schizophrenia

This study will determine the effectiveness of skills training in people with schizophrenia and the applicability of the acquired skills in the “real world.”

A New Intervention for Social Skills Following Brain Injury (Version1)

The purpose of this study is to investigate whether a peer led social skills training intervention is more effective than a social activity group (i.e. usual care) in improving social skills following brain injury.

Social Intelligence Training in Midlife

Childhood adversity leads to social difficulties, chronic illness, and early mortality for many, but not all adults: Some are resilient. The investigators will test whether an on-line program focused on enhancing social relationships for people in mid-life can increase the odds that those with a history of a troubled childhood will not suffer a greater loss in mental and physical health than those without those histories. The investigators findings will bring the field signific...

The COACH Project: Combined Online Assistance for Caregiver Health

This study evaluates the effect of a physical exercise + caregiver skills training on feelings of burden, mood, and biological markers of inflammation in persons who provide care for Veterans with a TBI or dementia. Half of the caregivers will participate in a balance and flexibility + caregiver skills training program, while the other half will participate in a moderate/high intensity aerobic and resistance + caregiver skills training program.

Study of Mind-Body Skills Groups for Adolescents With Depression in Primary Care

The Center for Mind -Body Medicine has developed a mind-body skills group program that incorporates meditation, guided imagery, breathing techniques, autogenic training, biofeedback, genograms, and self-expression through words, drawings, and movement. These mind-body skills are designed to increase self-awareness and self-regulation. This program has been shown to significantly improve depression symptoms in children and adolescents with posttraumatic stress disorder in Gaza, ...

Organizational Skills Training

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the Organizational Skills Training Program - School based version (OST-S) in a cluster randomized trial. Participating schools will be randomly assigned to one of two groups: 1) an OST-S intervention group and 2) a treatment as usual control group. Participating students (3rd through 5th grade) will be from 20 schools in Pennsylvania and New Jersey and include both urban and suburban schools serving a diverse population. OST-S is a small...

Social Skills in Children With ASD and Process Drama

This is a one-group, pre-post feasibility study of an intensive, interdisciplinary (theatre, Occupational Therapy (OT), and Speech Language Pathology (SLP)) intervention targeted at social skill development in children, aged 3-4. The intervention uses process drama modified with OT and SLP techniques and using typically developing peer models. Feasibility outcomes are recruitment rates, retention rates, daily program records of ease of implementing program, and record of modifi...


Systematic, Comprehensive, One-to-One Training (SCOOT) for Scooter Skills: A Feasibility Study

Systematic, Comprehensive, One-to-One Training (SCOOT) for Scooter Skills, is a novel, community-based, client-centred intervention where skills training is incorporated into social activities that users want to perform. The trainer also offers problem solving strategies to help manage environmental barriers and to promote social participation. This intervention is different from customary scooter training in that customary training is often very limited and focuses on learning...

Assisting Children With Prenatal Alcohol Exposure in Developing Peer Friendships

Children will be randomly assigned to a Parent-assisted social skills training or Wait list. Baseline and post intervention rating will be obtained from teachers.

Testing a New Device to Advance the Use of Social Skills Training With Mental Health Consumers and Clinicians

This study aims to test a new device called the Social Skills Coach that is being created to help mental health consumers with social skills and community functioning. People diagnosed with schizophrenia and clinicians will be included as participants in this study. Mental health consumers (diagnosed with schizophrenia) will be randomly assigned to either test the new device or to participate in a social skills training course. Data will be collected from participants through s...

Girls United on the Move: A Unique Integrated Physical Activity and Psychosocial Program for At-risk Adolescent Girls

The purpose of this project is to evaluate the effectiveness of a 9-week psycho-social and physical activity program aimed at improving body image, physical self-perceptions, and self-compassion for at-risk adolescent girls. In collaboration with the Elizabeth Fry Society, the GUM program will be delivered to at-risk adolescent girls within the Okanagan Region. Information will be gathered concerning program content and delivery, as well as insights into the participants' exper...

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