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Spider Phobia Opposite Action Treatment Study

This study tests the effectiveness of exposure therapy for fear of spiders as enhanced by the use of antagonistic or opposite actions during treatment. The goal of the study is to compare the efficacy threat-relevant opposite actions and threat-irrelevant opposite actions in extinguishing fear.


Innovations in Biofeedback and Its Use in Mental Health

This study investigates the use of new technologies in "biofeedback gaming" and their potential for use as a treatment for stress and anxiety. Biofeedback training is typically accomplished through devices that measure heartrate variability (HRV), galvanic skin response (GSR), or electroencephalogram (EEG). Typically, the use of this equipment requires a practitioner with specialized training in reading and interpreting HRV, GSR, and/or EEG. However, recent advances in technolo...

Effectiveness of Biofeedback-Assisted Relaxation Training in Children With Eosinophilic Duodenitis

The purpose of this study is to determine whether the addition of Biofeedback-Assisted Relaxation to standard medication treatment improves outcomes for children with a specific type of recurrent abdominal pain (i.e., eosinophilic gastroenteritis).


CBT With VR Based Exposure for Social Anxiety Disorder

Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD) is classified as a phobic (anxious) disorder in which the patient experiences anxiety in social interactions, during which he or she might be judged or socially evaluated by others. SAD has an estimated lifetime prevalence of 3-13%, but remains under-treated. The recommended psychological treatment for SAD is is the exposure technique imbedded in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). Traditionally exposure has taken place either in vivo or through im...

Relaxation Breathing Training for Children

Family-centered Relaxation Breathing Training in the Pediatric Outpatient Clinic: The long term goal is to apply simple, low cost, assistive technologies (heart rate variability [HRV] biofeedback together with mobile health tools) to teach relaxation breathing in the Boston Medical Center pediatric clinic setting following a trauma-informed care model. For this research both a mobile app for relaxation breathing skills and reminder text messages will be provided for the at-ris...

Examining Behavioral Strategies for Enhancing Therapists' Delivery of Exposure Therapy

The goal of this study is to test a targeted training for overcoming known barriers to the uptake and quality delivery of exposure therapy among community mental health providers. The first phase (Year 1) of the study is a case-series analysis of six therapists with the goal of determining whether the targeted training strategies (i.e., exposure to exposure) are capable of engaging therapists' reservations about exposure. Information from the first phase will be used to optimiz...

EMDR in Spider Phobia: Work Mechanisms and Treatment Outcome

The goal of this study is to increase the efficiency of exposure in virtual reality (VR). Based on the EMDR research the investigators would like to show that the implementation of eye movements during the VR exposure results in a faster physiological relaxation response among probands with spider phobia, which has a positive effect on the subjective and behavioral efficacy of the VR exposure.

Implementation of Prolonged Exposure in the Military

This randomized study examines how prolonged exposure (PE) therapy, an evidence-based treatment for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), can be successfully disseminated and implemented in the Army. The study compares two PE training models: Standard PE training, comprised of a 4-day workshop only, and Extended PE training, comprised of a 4-day workshop plus expert case consultation. In addition, patients with posttraumatic stress symptoms receiving psychotherapy from particip...

Does the Threat of an Aversive Reaction Affect Craving of Alcohol During Cue Exposure in Alcohol Dependent Patients?

To evaluate the effect of the threat of an aversive reaction on the response during alcohol cue exposure in alcohol dependent patients : (1) the subjective response (craving) and (2) the physiological response (heart rate and blood pressure).

Relaxation Training to Decrease Pain and Improve Function in Adolescents With Cerebral Palsy

This study will examine the effectiveness of relaxation training for providing pain relief and improving physical and psychological functioning in youth with physical disabilities due to cerebral palsy.

Biofeedback Treatment for Functional Constipation

The purpose of this randomized, controlled trial is to examine how well biofeedback treatment works to improve constipation. The study is comparing two kinds of biofeedback treatment: 1) anorectal-specific biofeedback therapy and 2) generalized biofeedback therapy using relaxation techniques. The study will also examine which medical and psychological factors determine biofeedback success for treating constipation, such as bowel habits, emotional reactions to constipat...

Psychological Assessment and Treatment of Chronic Benign Headache

Subjects with chronic migraine or tension headaches will receive 12 sessions of biofeedback or relaxation training after fulfilling screening, intake interviews, & psychological testing requirements. They will chart headache pain, anger level, & medication usage throughout baseline, treatment, and 3 month follow-up periods. Migraine sufferers will receive a combination of progressive muscle relaxation training and thermal biofeedback (learning to warm hands). Subjects are ra...

Innovative Biofeedback Interface for Enhancing Stroke Gait Rehabilitation

This study will conduct a preliminary evaluation of and obtain user data on a novel game-based visual interface for stroke gait training. Study participants will complete one session comprising exposure to gait biofeedback systems in an order determined by block randomization (3 blocks). Participants will be exposed to 3 types of biofeedback interfaces: - the anterior ground reaction forces (AGRF) biofeedback game (projector-display, non-augmented reality [AR]) ...

Benefits of a Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Intervention for Smoking Cessation Supported by Virtual Reality Smoking Cue Exposure

Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) combined with medication is an established intervention for smoking cessation. However, long-term abstinence rates of maximum 35% are yielded. Moreover, acceptance of drug treatment is partly very low. Professional recommendation of drug treatment besides nicotine-replacement aids is restrained considering side effects and contraindications. Currently, cue exposure is highly discussed as intervention for craving reduction supporting CBT. There...

Migraine and Recurrent Abdominal Pain in Children

This study will evaluate a new model for assessing and treating migraine and recurrent abdominal pain in children. The model combines behavioral techniques such as relaxation training with biologic components such as thermal biofeedback.

Facing Fears by Focussing on Behaviour, Body, or Mind?

Anxiety problems are a major concern of youth mental health given that the prevalence of anxiety disorders in Dutch adolescents aged 12 to 18 is approximately 10 percent. In this group, social phobia like speech or performance anxiety are among the most common. Intervention programs based on the principles of exposure-based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) have proven to be the most effective and most applied in therapy for social anxiety among adolescents. Thus far, research...

RAGE-Control: Teaching Emotional Self-regulation Through Videogame Play

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the use of Regulate and Gain Emotional Control (RAGE-Control), a biofeedback video game, in combination with brief instruction in relaxation skills as an intervention for symptoms of anger and aggression in children and adolescents. Half of the research participants will learn relaxation techniques and practice them using the RAGE-Control videogame. The other half of the participants will learn relaxation techniques and play a similar vi...

Effectiveness of Three Different Psychotherapies for Chronic Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

This study will examine whether interpersonal psychotherapy is as effective in treating post-traumatic stress disorder as the established therapies of prolonged exposure and relaxation.

Written Versus Verbal Brief Cognitive Behavioral Exposure Therapy

The purpose of the study is to compare the efficacy of two different versions of a brief online exposure therapy program for PTSD: written versus verbal trauma narrative recounting in reducing PTSD symptom severity. Both treatments will be delivered through an interactive online program with coaching from a trained peer support specialist. Treatment will be a variable length, such that 4 to 8 sessions will be delivered, depending on each participants' rate of PTSD symptom recov...

Quality Assessment in Exposure Therapy

This project will test a measure of treatment quality, Exposure Guide, for therapists using exposure therapy for youths and young adults with anxiety or OCD. We anticipate that users of this measure will be able to complete it reliably, find it acceptable, and that the measure will predict patient outcome. This project will include 40 therapists treating 300 anxious youth and young adults ages 5-21 at a large community mental health agency. Results of this study will establish ...

Written Exposure Therapy Versus Prolonged Exposure: a Non-inferiority Trial

The goal of this study is to examine whether a brief, exposure-based treatment (Written Exposure Therapy) approach is just as effective in the treatment of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) compared with a more commonly used time-intensive approach called Prolonged Exposure. One hundred and fifty Veterans diagnosed with PTSD will be randomly assigned to either Written Exposure therapy or Prolonged Exposure. Veteran participants will be assessed at pre-treatment, and 10-, 20-...

Exposure and Response Prevention Therapy for Obsessive-compulsive Disorder

The purpose of this research study is to evaluate whether Exposure and Response Prevention Therapy (ERP) can help adults with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) in China following a training of professionals and ongoing consultation.

Safe Excipient Exposure in Neonates

The purpose of this study is to explore the quantity of excipient exposure in neonatal patients in a Danish Hospital. The focus will be on the preservatives ethanol, propyl glycol and benzyl alcohol and the artificial sweeteners acesulfam potassium, aspartame and glycerol.

Home Versus Office Biofeedback Therapy for Fecal Incontinence

Biofeedback therapy is a labor-intensive, multi-disciplinary, team approach for the management of patients with Fecal Incontinence. It is not easily available to the vast majority of patients in the community with this problem. It is therefore imperative that a more pragmatic therapeutic approach that can be administered easily in the community ought to be developed. However, whether a treatment program that is based on home-training can be just as useful as office-based traini...

Treatment Effects of Narrative Exposure Therapy

This study compares Narrative Exposure Therapy with a Waiting list control group, both consists of traumatized patients with diagnosed Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. The main aim is to investigate if the patients psychiatric symptoms and levels of the stress hormone cortisol will improve more after Narrative Exposure Therapy than the Waiting list (i.e. no intervention).


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