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16:05 EDT 16th August 2018 | BioPortfolio

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Exposure Therapy for Veterans With PTSD and Panic Attacks

To evaluate the acceptability and efficacy of Multiple Channel Exposure Therapy-Veterans (MCET-V) as a treatment for returning service members with comorbid PTSD and panic disorder. MCET-V will be compared to Cognitive Processing Therapy, a standard PTSD treatment


Interpersonal Therapy for Veterans With PTSD

Interpersonal problems such as relationship conflict and social isolation are common among Veterans with PTSD and serve as barriers to successful posttraumatic adjustment. The main interventions for PTSD at VA facilities, i.e., Prolonged Exposure, Cognitive Processing Therapy, and Trauma-Focused CBT, do not directly target these relationship difficulties and many Veterans do not complete these treatments. Couple and family approaches for PTSD address relationship problems, but ...

A fMRI Study of the Treatment of Danish Veterans With PTSD With Prolonged Exposure Therapy

In this article, the investigators report the design and protocol of a functional magnetic resonance imaging study (fMRI) of the treatment of Danish veterans with PTSD with Prolonged Exposure Therapy (PE). In total 30 Danish veterans will be recruited, who meet the ICD-10 diagnostic criteria for PTSD, and treated with PE. A group of controls will be recruited consisting of age-appropriate same sex veterans who have participated in international missions similar to the patient g...


A Single-Blind Trial of Risperidone vs. Paroxetine for Treatment of Panic Attacks

This study compares the efficacy of risperidone to that of paroxetine in the treatment of panic attacks in patients with Panic Disorder and with Major Depressive Disorder with Panic attacks and compares the side effect profile of risperidone vs. paroxetine in treatment of panic attacks and compares response rates of risperidone vs. paroxetine in treatment of panic attacks.

A Multi-Site RCT of a Stepped-Care Intervention for Emergency Department Patients With Panic Attacks and Panic Disorder

Using a randomized controlled trial (RCT) design, the main objective of this study is to evaluate the clinical, patient-centered, and economic effectiveness of a stepped-care intervention for patients with panic attacks and panic disorder presenting to the busiest Accident and Emergency (A&E) departments of the largest public healthcare group in Singapore. The RCT will have two arms: 1) treatment via an enhanced care pathway consisting of a stepped-care intervention for panic ...

CBT for Aggression in Veterans

Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) robustly predicts anger and aggression, and U.S. Iraq/Afghanistan-era combat Veterans report that treatment for anger and aggression is among their top priorities. PTSD-related anger and aggression are associated with profound functional impairments, yet to date there are no empirically-supported treatments for Veterans with PTSD and aggression. Effective group treatment programs could improve functioning and facilitate community reintegrati...

Cannabidiol and Prolonged Exposure

The trial will include a randomized control trial to evaluate the efficacy of using Cannabidiol (CBD), a non-intoxicating cannabinoid, as an adjunctive to Prolonged Exposure therapy (PE). The trial will compare PE + CBD to PE + placebo in a sample of 136 military Veterans with PTSD at the VA San Diego Medical Center. The study represents the logical and innovative next step for augmenting existing treatments and developing novel pharmacotherapy for PTSD. Findings from the propo...

In-Home Exposure Therapy for Veterans With Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

This study will provide a certain type of exposure therapy, called prolonged exposure therapy (PE), to military Veterans with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). One hundred and seventy-five Veterans will participate in the study. The main study goal is to compare PE conducted in three different ways: (1) PE that is office-based (OB; Veterans come to a VA clinic and meet with a therapist via telehealth, using videoconferencing technology), (2) PE delivered via home-based tel...

Levetiracetam Treatment of Panic Disorder and Lactate-Induced Panic Attacks

The main purpose of this research study is to determine whether the drug Levetiracetam (Keppra™) is effective in the prevention of panic attacks. The drug Levetiracetam (Keppra™) has been approved for the treatment of seizures by the U.S. Federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and is available by prescription. Levetiracetam has not been approved by the FDA for the treatment of panic disorder.

Risperidone vs. Paroxetine for Panic Attacks

We are comparing the efficacy of Risperidone versus Paroxetine in the treatment of panic symptoms. The study hypothesis is that Risperidone will be a superior medicine for treating panic.

Exposure Therapy for Chronic PTSD: Efficacy and Mechanisms

The goals of the proposed research are to produce preliminary evidence of PE with OEF/OIF veterans with PTSD and to examine cognitive, psychophysiological, and neuroendocrine mechanisms of change in PTSD treatment. In brief, 36 OEF/OIF veterans with chronic PTSD or PTSS of at least 3 months duration will be randomly assigned to 15 sessions of either PE or TAU (see below for descriptions of the interventions). All veterans will receive psychobiological assessments at pre treat...

Exercise and PTSD in Older Veterans

The purpose of this study is to examine whether posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptoms impact adherence to a 12-week physical activity program and whether exercise can help improve PTSD symptoms and health outcomes in older veterans. Eighty veterans over the age of 60 with PTSD will be recruited to participate in a 12-week physical activity program consisting of aerobic and strengthening activities. Participants will be randomized to an intervention arm or usual care con...

Meditation Interventions for Treatment of PTSD in Veterans

Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a debilitating psychiatric disorder which results in serious impairments in interpersonal, occupational and social functioning. Effective treatments are available for PTSD but they do not work for everyone. Alternative treatments are needed to help those veterans not helped by currently available treatments. Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) is a group based treatment focused on mindfulness meditation. MBSR has been found to be ef...

Staccato™ Alprazolam for Inhalation in Panic Attack

We are developing Staccato™ Alprazolam for the treatment of Panic attacks associated with panic disorder. This study will provide an initial assessment of efficacy, and to continue to describe the tolerability and pharmacokinetics, of a single inhaled dose of Staccato Alprazolam on a doxapram-induced panic attack in patients with panic disorder.

Peer Enhanced Prolonged Exposures

The investigators plan to develop and test an intervention using peer specialists (Veterans who have managed PTSD and completed PE) to provide support services for Veterans using prolonged exposure therapy.

Peer Social Support During In Vivo Exposure for PTSD

Veterans who have prematurely dropped out of exposure therapy for PTSD will be contacted and offered the opportunity to return to treatment, this time with the assistance of an in vivo exposure therapy 'workout buddy'. This peer will meet them at the in vivo exposure therapy location and offer support an encouragement while the patient remains in that location. As the PTSD treatment standards in Charleston and other VA sites across the country increasingly include telemedicine ...

PTSD (PostTraumatic Stress Disorder) Services for Veterans With SMI (Severe Mental Illness)

As in the general population, there is no clear standard of care within Veterans Affairs Medical Centers for treating posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) among individuals with severe mental illness (SMI). This is a considerable issue because trauma, posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and severe psychiatric comorbidity are particularly common among Veterans and this symptom presentation clearly exacerbates the overall course and severity of mental illness. This study is sig...

Cognitively Augmented Behavioral Activation for Veterans With Comorbid TBI/PTSD

The primary objective of this study is to evaluate the efficacy of Cognitively Augmented Behavioral Activation (CABA), a new hybrid treatment for veterans diagnosed with comorbid mild Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI) and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The study's specific goals are to determine whether: 1) CABA reduces PTSD symptoms in veterans with mTBI/PTSD, 2) CABA reduces cognitive-related functional impairment in veterans with mTBI/PTSD, 3) CABA results in improvements...

Evaluating the Feasibility of RESCUE: An Adjunctive HAI-Based Intervention for Veterans With PTSD

To develop and pilot test feasibility, acceptability, and efficacy of an adjunct intervention for use with Empirically Based Treatments (EBT) for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in order to increase treatment engagement, treatment completion, and improve treatment response regarding emotional numbing symptoms. Recovery through Engagement with Shelter Canines, Understanding, and Exposure (RESCUE), is an adjunctive, Human Animal Interaction (HAI) intervention that will be de...

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in Panic Disorder

The investigators hypothesized that the group of patients receiving the medication interventions and CBT would show significant changes in their behavior, such as remission or reduction in anxiety, panic attacks, anticipatory anxiety, fear of body sensations, loss of control, and agoraphobia avoidance. And also, in the general evaluation of well-being, in the beginning and end of the treatment, in comparison to the control group (medication without CBT), during the same period.

Project Remission: Maximizing Outcomes With Intensive Treatments for Combat-Related PTSD

The study compares two intensive outpatient behavioral programs (Massed Prolonged Exposure versus Intensive Outpatient Prolonged Exposure) for the treatment of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in post-9/11 active duty service members and veterans. The researchers hope to learn if these programs improve treatment outcomes. The researchers predict that Intensive Outpatient Prolonged Exposure (IOP-PE) will be better at treating PTSD than Massed-Prolonged Exposure (Massed PE).

PTSD Couples Therapy

The study is designed to evaluate the efficacy of a novel couple-based treatment for PTSD, called Structured Approach Therapy, to decrease PTSD and improve the marital and social functioning of Iraqi War veterans. The effectiveness of couples therapy will be compared with the effectiveness of an educational intervention.

Combination Treatment for PTSD After the WTC Attack

This randomized controlled trial evaluates efficacy of combined prolonged exposure (PE) and the SSRI paroxetine in the treatment of survivors of the World Trade Center (WTC) attacks.

Telemedicine and Anger Management Groups With PTSD Veterans in the Hawaiian Islands

Telemedicine has the potential to profoundly influence the delivery of specialized care to the remote veteran population suffering with PTSD. Preliminary research supports telemedicine technology as a possible solution to improve access to mental health services for veterans with PTSD. The proposed research is a treatment-outcome study that will assess the clinical efficacy of conducting an Anger Management Therapy (AMT) group treatment intervention using a videoteleconferencin...

Comparing Virtual Reality Therapy to Usual Treatment for PTSD

Combat related Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is the most common chronic psychiatric disorder in the veteran population. Unfortunately, outcome studies of VA PTSD programs have failed to show efficacy. VA PTSD patients have been significantly less responsive to conventional therapies than other PTSD populations. Virtual Reality based exposure therapy (VRE) allows patients to feel immersed in highly interactive computer-generated environments. Within these environments ...


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