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Life Skills Intervention for Adolescents Perinatally Infected With HIV

The life skills intervention model is designed to help adolescents promote their physical and mental health through cognitive and behavioral techniques (e.g., problem solving, coping, and communication skills) designed to help them achieve social and personal competencies used to manage various life challenges.


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.

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...


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CBT for Social Anxiety Disorder Delivered by School Counselors

This 5-year study addresses the unmet needs of adolescents with social phobia through the testing of a 12-week cognitive-behavioral, school-based group intervention delivered by trained school counselors compared to a nonspecific school counseling program. A secondary goal is to provide further examination of the efficacy of the CBT program delivered by school counselors as compared to the same program delivered by psychologists.

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.

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.

InTSHA: Interactive Transition Support for HIV-infected Adolescents Using Social Media

Determine the acceptability and feasibility of a social media intervention among adolescents living with HIV who are transitioning to adult care in South Africa.

Supplements and Social Skills Intervention Study

This is a 36-week, randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial. The overarching aim of this study is to assess whether a nutritional intervention (Omega-3 supplement), when combined with a more traditional treatment approach to conduct disorder and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), is more effective than either approach alone in treating these conditions in children and adolescents. The research questions cannot be answered through alternative means becaus...

A School-Based Intervention to Improve Social Functioning

Evaluating interventions for children/adolescents with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a field that offers many challenges. Even though psychotherapeutic treatment for ADHD is recommended as the first choice in many countries (Danish Health and Medicines Authority, 2014), the evidence base for this is inconsistent and outcome specific (Sonuga-Barke et al, 2013). For instance, parent training may not have significant effects on the core Symptoms of ADHD (Daley...

JASPER Early Intervention for Tuberous Sclerosis

The investigators are running an intervention study for young children with Tuberous Sclerosis Complex (TSC). The study will include free play-based behavioral intervention that may improve social and communication skills in children with TSC. Eligible families will have a child in the age range of 12-36 months, with a diagnosis of TSC. A parent must also be available to attend intervention and assessment sessions at the research site (UCLA or BCH). The intervention will focus...

Improving Emotion Regulation in Adolescents With ADHD

The purpose of our study is to examine the impact of a program that provides emotion regulation skills for adolescents aged 11-16 with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and poor emotion regulation. The program is called RELAX (Regulating Emotions Like An eXpert). RELAX is an experimental intervention that may equip adolescents with emotion regulation and conflict management skills and includes parent involvement to help parents support adolescents' use of these sk...

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...

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Adolescents With Attention-Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder

Attention Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a common childhood psychiatric condition, which often persists into adolescence. In adolescence ADHD is associated with poor academic, social, and emotional functioning, other psychiatric problems, substance abuse, and antisocial behaviour. Although medication effectively reduces symptoms such as hyperactivity and inattention, it does not directly address academic, social, emotional, and behavioural problems. Overcoming these ...

KONTAKT Australia a Social Skills Group Training for Adolescents on the Autism Spectrum

This study evaluates the KONTAKT social skills group training in Australian adolescents on the autism spectrum compared to an active control group which is a group cooking class

Early Behavioral Intervention to Improve Social Communication Function in Infants With Tuberous Sclerosis Complex

The investigators are running an intervention study for young children with Tuberous Sclerosis Complex (TSC). The study will include free play-based behavioral intervention that may improve social and communication skills in children with TSC. Eligible families will have a child in the age range of 12-36 months, with a diagnosis of TSC. A parent must also be available to attend the weekly intervention sessions at UCLA. The intervention will focus on teaching caregivers skills ...

An e-Parenting Skills Intervention to Decrease Injured Adolescents' Alcohol Use

The objective of this trial is to test feasibility and acceptability of an e-parenting skills intervention with parents of injured adolescent alcohol users (12-17 years old) as compared to standard care at three pediatric trauma centers. To examine these questions, the investigators will randomly assign adolescent and parent dyads (n=75) to one of two groups. One group will continue to receive the institutional standard care of a brief alcohol intervention delivered by clinical...

Study of Peer Relationships at School

The goal of this study is to compare the effects of two separate, manualized group interventions designed to improve social outcomes for young children with autism. The first type of group intervention utilizes a social skill curriculum delivered to a small group of children with autism at their school. This type of group will be referred to as the Skills group (SKILLS intervention). The other intervention delivers a social engagement curriculum at the children's school site a...

A Family-Centered Ojibwe Substance Abuse Prevention

This study will complete a multisite randomized controlled trial (RCT) of a family-centered alcohol and drug prevention program for Anishinabe (Ojibwe) pre-adolescents aged 8-10 years. The 14 week program includes cultural lessons to strengthen family interactions, decrease substance use, teach parenting skills, increase social skills, improve refusal skills, and teach coping mechanisms for adolescents and parents. Session are expected to last around 3-hours, including a meal, ...

The Active by Choice Today (ACT) Trial to Increase Physical Activity

The increasing prevalence of obesity in U.S. children and adolescents is a major health threat to our society, especially among minority and low social economic status (SES) populations. During adolescence physical activity (PA) decreases and is likely an important contributor to the increasing trend in childhood obesity rates. Little evidence suggests that school-based curriculum interventions lead to increases in overall PA. Thus, this proposal will evaluate the efficacy of a...

Social ABCs for Toddlers With Signs of Autism Spectrum Disorder: Trial of a Parent-Mediated Intervention

The Social ABCs is an innovative parent-mediated intervention for toddlers with confirmed or suspected Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The intervention draws on what is known about core, early emerging impairments in ASD, and on evidence-based Pivotal Response Treatment (PRT) and associated parent training programs for enhancing development in children with ASD. Completion of a comprehensive pilot study set the stage for a randomized control trial (RCT) of the Social ABCs. The ...

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 ...

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...

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.

Building Social Skills With Interdisciplinary Process Drama in ASD

This is a one group pre-post feasibility study of an 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 the program, and record of modifications ...

Virtual Reality Training for Social Skills in Schizophrenia

Social impairments are core features of schizophrenia that lead to poor outcome. Social skills and competence improve quality of life and protect against stress-related exacerbation of symptoms, while supporting resilience, interpersonal interactions, and social affiliation. To improve outcome, we must remediate social deficits. Existing psychosocial interventions are moderately effective but the effort-intensive nature (high burden), low adherence, and weak transfer of skills ...


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