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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy-Based Group Counseling

The university environment presents a valuable opportunity to reach the young population of society, which has a high risk of depression, and to provide protective mental-health services. This study aimed to evaluate the effectiveness of cognitive behavioral therapy-based group counseling focused on the depressive symptoms, anxiety levels, automatic thoughts, and coping ways among undergraduate nursing students with mild to moderate depressive symptoms.


Development and Testing of a Behavioral Activation Mobile Therapy for Elevated Depressive Systems

Elevated depressive symptomatology is a widespread public health concern and individuals with elevated depressive symptoms most frequently report such symptoms to primary care physicians (PCPs). PCPs have few evidence-based resources beyond antidepressant medication for treating elevated depressive symptoms, which results in negative outcomes for their depressed patients. Mobile technologies offer an ideal strategy to meet widespread treatment needs. The purpose of the proposed...

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Depression in Men With Physical Disabilities

This project is intended to develop an evidence-based peer group counseling program that addresses depressive symptoms in men with physical disabilities. Expanding treatment options for depressive symptoms in men with physical disabilities will improve their access to care. The benefits of men with physical disabilities receiving effective treatment for depressive symptoms include better health, independent living, and longer life.


Efficacy of MBI for Depressive Symptoms and Quality of Life in Patients With MS

Multiple Sclerosis has a great impact on psychological functioning of patients and can be associated with various psychological disorders and symptoms. The most prevalent one is depression, which ranges from 15% to 47%. Mindfulness Based Intervention (MBI) is a relatively brief and cost-effective program that has been studied in patients with several diseases. Aims. To evaluate the efficacy of a group-based MBI on depressive symptoms, QoL and on correlated symptoms of MS...

Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy for Bipolar Disorder

The current study will be a randomized controlled trial (RCT) investigating the clinical and cost-effectiveness of Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) as an adjunct to usual care, versus usual care alone, in reducing depressive symptoms in patients with bipolar disorder. Outcome measures include depressive, (hypo)manic and anxiety symptoms, risk of relapse/recurrence, functioning and mental health/well-being. The study also aims to explore possible working mechanisms suc...

Pilot Study Comparing Two Versions of Group Cognitive-behavioral Indicated Prevention Programs

The purpose of this study is to compare the effectiveness of two depression prevention programs and a control brochure for college students. Participants may experience reductions in depressive symptoms and prevention of future depression.

Effectiveness of a Web and Mobile Guided Psychological Intervention for Depressive Symptoms in Turkey

The aim of this study is to test the clinical effects of a web and mobile application of guided Problem Solving Therapy for depressive symptoms among the general population in Turkey.

MBCT and CBT for Depression in Patients After Cancer: a Randomized Controlled Trial

The purpose of this study is to determine whether mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT)and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)are effective in reducing depressive symptoms in patients after cancer

Reducing Depressive Symptoms During HCV Therapy: A Randomized Study

The purpose of this study is to conduct a randomized controlled trial of an 8-visit non-pharmacologic group intervention in reducing the severity of depressive symptoms in veterans who receive IFN and ribavirin for the treatment of Hepatitis C. We hypothesize that over the first 6 months of treatment with IFN and ribavirin for the 45 patients who receive the 8-visit intervention early in the course of treatment in addition to usual care (experimental group) will have lower scor...

Depressive Symptoms in Acute Manic Episode

Observational, non-interventional, transversal, multicenter, open label (No treatment is involved). The primary objective is to detect the prevalence of depressive symptoms in bipolar patients admitted to a psychiatric Unit due to an acute mania episode. Secondary objectives include 1) to evaluate, the relationship between depressive symptoms and severity of mania; 2) to evaluate, the relationship between depressive symptoms and anxiety; 3) to evaluate, the relationship between...

Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for Depression in Diabetes Patients

The purpose of this study is to determine whether mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT)and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)are effective in reducing depressive symptoms in patients with diabetes.

Internet-Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Depressive Symptoms in Adolescents With Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus

This study evaluates the use of an established internet-based cognitive behavioral therapy intervention in a group of adolescents with type 1 diabetes and mild to moderate depressive symptoms. Half of the participants will receive the internet-based intervention while the other half will receive usual care.

Internet-based Intervention for Enhancing the Psychological Well-being of Elderly Caregivers

This study will examine whether an Internet-based Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) intervention is effective, firstly, on reducing depressive symptoms, and, secondly, on improving well-being of elderly family caregivers. In our study, we will compare 1) the experimental Internet-based ACT group to 2) standardized institutional rehabilitation carried out in rehabilitation centers and to 3) support provided by voluntary family caregiver associations

Pilot Study Using Transcranial Electrostimulation (TESA-HB) Therapy for the Treatment of Depressive Symptoms

This pilot study uses TESA-HB therapy for treatment of depressive symptoms associated with mild and moderate depression episodes. Primary objectives of this pilot study are to demonstrate the safety of TESA-HB Therapy, and to investigate the efficacy of TESA-HB Therapy for depressive symptoms.

Secondary Prevention of Depression Through Group-based ACT-Therapy Preceded by an Experimental ABM-Procedure

Depression (major depressive disorder; MDD) is a very common mental disorder. Research suggests that individuals with prior depressive episodes have a risk of the relapse or recurrence of MDD. Secondary prevention has been identified as a key goal in the long-term management of the disease. The current project aims to investigate whether group based Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) can reduce surrogate and clinical markers of relapse in a group highly vulnerable to depre...

Effectiveness of TCC Followed by MBCT and Predictive Factors (Genetic, Clinical and Cognitive) Response

The purpose of this study is to determine whether a Cognitive and Behavioral group Therapy (CBT) + Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) decreased relapses and hospitalizations and improved outcomes (depressive and manic symptoms, self-esteem, and quality of life) in a large sample of refractory bipolar I patients on mood stabilizers.

Augmenting Internet-Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Major Depressive Disorder With Low-Level Light Therapy

The purpose of this study is to better understand how low-level light therapy (LLLT) can be used to augment the antidepressant effects of Deprexis, an internet-based treatment program for depression, for participants with current major depressive disorder. The researchers will administer active and placebo LLLT to the right forehead of participants who show an improvement of at least 10% in depressive symptoms from baseline after two weeks of Deprexis treatment. Hypothes...

Bright Light Therapy Efficacy for Depressive Symptoms Following Cardiac Surgery: Pilot Trial

The Bright Light Therapy Efficacy for Depressive Symptoms Following Cardiac Surgery: Pilot Trial (BEAM-P) is a randomized controlled trial (RCT) that seeks to assess the feasibility of conducting a full trial which would assess the efficacy of Bright Light Therapy (BLT) for improving depressive symptoms post-cardiac surgery.

A Pilot Study to Assess the Effectiveness of BehaviouRal ActiVation Group Program in Patients With dEpression: BRAVE

The study's primary goal is to assess the effectiveness of behavioural activation in reducing depressive symptoms and re-integrate patients with depression into their personal and professional lives thus improving quality of life and helping in attaining and maintaining remission of depression. It is aimed at helping patients re-engage with several life areas that they may have lost in the course of depressive illness. The intervention is centred on behavioural activation (BA...

Mindfulness-based and Compassion-based Interventions in Anxious-Depressive Symptomatology in Mental Health Services

The aim of this study is to assess and compare the benefits of two psychological interventions added to the usual treatment of patients who come to mental health. Patients will be randomly assigned to the following conditions: Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR), Attachment-Based Compassion Therapy (ABCT) and a Treatment As Usual (TAU) Group. The participants in the two psychological intervention groups will also receive usual psychological/psychiatric treatment managed b...

Effectiveness of Internet-based Depression Treatment

Care for people suffering from depressive symptoms should be given in a step-wise approach. One first step can be the provision of self-help material. Online self-help is an innovative way of providing self-help. The investigators want to study the effect of an interactive online self-help-program (Deprexis) in the treatment of mild to moderate depressive symptoms. Participants will be randomised to either twelve weeks of online-self help or a waiting-list control. Symptoms of ...

Efficacy Study Measuring The Impact Of Treatment With Viagra On The Depressive Symptoms Of Men With Erectile Dysfunction

This study will measure the impact of treatment with Viagra on the depressive symptoms and quality of life in men with erectile dysfunction who have untreated depressive symptoms meeting the DSM-IV criteria for dysthymia or depression not otherwise specified (NOS), including minor depressive symptoms but excluding any form of psychotic disorder.

Randomized Controlled Trial of Thrive, a Computerized Cognitive Behavior Therapy Program to Treat Depression

This study evaluates a culturally-modified version of Thrive, a computerized Cognitive Behavior Therapy program to treat depressive symptoms, syndromes, and disorders among rural Montanans. Study participants will be randomized to either a wait-list treatment as usual or the Thrive program. After 8 weeks, the wait-list group will then receive Thrive. The primary assessment measure is the Patient Health Questionnaire-9.

Treatment of Depressed Adolescents With Physical Illness

The purpose of this study is a randomized trial of cognitive-behavioral intervention (CBI) for eligible adolescents who have Inflammatory Bowel Disease and subsyndromal depressive symptoms, but who did not meet diagnostic criteria for major depressive disorder at the time of randomization into the study. Hypotheses 1. This preliminary randomized trial will demonstrate the feasibility of a large-scale research initiative. 2. Subjects will experience no ad...

Online Intervention for Depression: MOOD

The study aims to examine the efficacy and acceptance of a self-help internet intervention "MOOD" in a sample of individuals with depressive symptoms. It is tested whether depressive symptomatology decreases in the intervention group compared to a wait-list control group. Further aims are to ascertain changes in self-worth and quality of life, to assess subjective evaluation of the program and to examine whether expectations of the program's helpfulness would predict symptom re...


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