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Positive Psychology in Suicidal Patients

Suicide is a major health concern. Weeks following psychiatric admission are a highly suicide risk period for those having current suicidal ideation or attempt. Recently, a pilot study suggested the feasibility of positive psychology in patients in suicidal crisis. Notably, gratitude exercises suggested improvement in optimism and hopelessness, two dimensions associated to suicide. Moreover, gratitude has been associated to suicidal ideation and attempt, independently from depr...


The Self-help Online Against Suicidal Thoughts (SOS) Trial

The objective of the SOS-trial is to examine if an online self-help intervention is effective in reducing suicidal thoughts among people at risk of suicide. The SOS-trial is a randomized, wait-list controlled trial with 1:1 allocation ratio. A total of 438 people with suicidal thoughts will be allocated to the intervention condition (N=219) or the control condition (N=219). The intervention condition consists of a six-week internet-based self-help therapy intervention. The cont...

The "AIM Study": Investigating Whether Actigraphy and Ideation Measures Can Promote Patient Safety

This is a research project looking at whether measuring movements or responses to certain questions can help predict suicidal thoughts or actions. This project has two parts: The first part will occur while the participant is receiving hospitalized at the Bedford VA Hospital. It involves wearing a watch-like device on his/her wrist and answering questions or doing tasks to measure mood and other mental health symptoms, and suicidal thoughts. In the second phase, the inv...


Ketamine for Suicidality in Bipolar Depression

This study is designed to compare the effectiveness of two medications, Ketamine and Midazolam, for rapidly relieving suicidal thoughts in people suffering from bipolar depression. The first drug, Ketamine, is an experimental antidepressant that early studies have shown may quickly reduce suicidal thoughts, but we are not sure how well it may work. Midazolam, the comparison drug, is not thought to reduce depression or suicidal thoughts.

RCT of Brief CBT-I in Primary Care Veterans With Suicidal Thoughts

There is a strong association between insomnia and suicidal thoughts and behaviors. Insomnia also frequently co-occurs with other common conditions associated with suicide such as depression and posttraumatic stress disorder. This project focuses on improving sleep as a novel suicide prevention strategy that can be delivered to a broad range of Veterans. The study will examine how Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia, an efficacious treatment for insomnia, may reduce suici...

Development of a Positive Psychology Intervention to Improve Mood and HRQoL in Patients Post-HSCT - Proof of Concept

The goal of this research study is to find out if a novel phone-based positive psychology intervention that focuses on improving health behaviors and positive emotions can help improve mood, health related quality of life, and overall function in patients who have just undergone hematopoietic stem cell transplantation as part of blood cancer treatment.

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Personal Values, Interpersonal Needs, and Suicidal Ideation in a Veteran Population

The primary aim of this study is to examine the relationship between personal values and suicidal thoughts in a sample of U.S. Veterans.

Clinical and Imaging Trial of Uridine for Veterans With Suicidal Ideation

This is a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study of the investigational drug uridine as a treatment for suicidal ideation in veterans. The investigators hypothesize that the administration of a naturally occurring dietary supplement, uridine, will rapidly reduce suicidal ideation in veterans. The purpose of this study is to determine whether 4 weeks of uridine supplementation is an effective treatment for suicidal ideation in veterans, when compared to a group taki...

Positive Psychology for ACS Patients: a Factorial Design Study

This trial is part of a multi-phase study to develop and test positive psychology (PP) interventions in patients hospitalized for an acute coronary syndrome (ACS).Using a factorial design, we will: (a) assess the optimal frequency of exercise completion, (b) determine the utility of 'booster sessions' after an initial 8-week intervention, and (c) determine the relative merits of utilizing PP exercises alone versus an intervention combining PP with motivational interviewing (MI)...

Testing a Positive Psychology-based Intervention for Couples Coping With Stroke

This study aims to pilot test an 8-week, self-administered dyadic (couples-based) positive psychology intervention for couples coping with stroke using a randomized, waitlist control design. Mood and well-being will be assessed pre- and post-intervention, and at 3-month follow-up. It is expected that both partners will demonstrate improvement in mood and well-being.

The Impact of Ketamine on the Reward Circuitry of Suicidal Patients

Every 40 seconds, someone in the world dies by suicide. There is a lack of effective and safe antisuicidal agents for preventing suicide attempts. This leads to the immense worldwide individual, financial, and societal burden of suicide—which is projected to rise in the coming decades—supporting the need for antisuicidal treatments. This treatment gap may be filled through understanding the neurobiology of suicide, which can guide the development of targeted antisuicidal t...

Activating Happiness in Cancer: A Positive Psychology Workshop for Patients, Survivors, and Caregivers

The number of worldwide cancer survivors is projected to be 21.3 million by 2030. To treat this growing population, group psychological interventions are increasingly utilized and require empirical support to evaluate their effectiveness (Cerezo & Ortiz-Tallo, 2014; Sherman et. al., 2008). To address the need to assess positive group psychological interventions for cancer survivors and caregivers that incorporates diverse conceptualizations of adaption and examines both mental ...

Positive Psychology for Acute Coronary Syndrome Patients

This is a randomized controlled pilot trial in 50 acute coronary syndrome patients to determine if a 12 week, telephone-delivered, combined positive psychology-motivational interviewing intervention is more effective than a health behavior education program at improving health behaviors and other outcomes. The investigators hypothesize that the intervention will be associated with better mental and physical health outcomes and better health behavior adherence compared to the he...

Does Spiritual/Religious Commitment Mediate the Relationship Between Mood Variability and Suicidal Ideation.

The purpose of this study is to determine whether or not spiritual and/or religious commitment affects mood variability and thoughts of suicide. First we hypothesize that among patients with depressive symptoms, those who have higher religious/spiritual (R/S) commitment will have less suicidal ideation and less mood variability. Second, we hypothesize that higher mood variability will be associated with more suicidal ideation. Finally, dependent on the first two hypotheses, we...

Study to Prevent Negative Thoughts of Life

The purpose of the study is to test whether cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) offered by trained therapists, to people with current active suicidal ideations, is efficacious as a secondary prevention strategy in Sri Lanka, when compared with treatment as usual provided by Medical Officers (Mental Health; MO (MH)) of government hospitals

NRX100 vs. Placebo for Stabilization of Acute Suicidal Ideation an Behavior in Bipolar Depression

NMDA antagonist drugs have increasingly been demonstrated to reduce symptoms of depression and suicidal ideation. NeuroRx has developed a sequential therapy consisting of IV NRX-100 (ketamine HCL) for rapid stabilization of symptoms of depression and suicidal ideation followed by oral NRX-101 (fixed dose combination of D-cycloserine and lurasidone) for maintenance of stabilization from symptoms of depression and suicidal ideation. This study will test the hypothesis that that N...

Developing a Positive Psychology Intervention to Improve Health Behaviors in Type 2 Diabetes: Qualitative Research

Specific Aim #1 (Qualitative Research): To identify, through qualitative research, deficits in positive affect and associated barriers to completing health behaviors in type 2 DM patients. Hypothesis: Patients will be able to complete the structured interview, providing information about their own positive emotional states, identifying strategies to enhance positive emotions, linking the presence of positive emotions to better adherence to health-related behaviors, and i...

Brief Study to Examine How Phone Call Follow-up for Individuals Sent to the Community After Presenting With Suicidal Thoughts or Behaviours Affects Future Suicidal Thoughts and Behaviours.

This goal of this research is to examine the efficacy and feasibility of starting a phone call follow-up program for individuals discharged to the community after presenting to the Crisis Response Centre (CRC), a standalone mental health facility in Winnipeg, with suicidal ideation or behaviours. Currently there is no worldwide gold standard for how best to follow-up with individuals following presentations to health services with suicidal ideation or behaviours, despite the pe...

Assessing Neuropsychiatric Symptoms Including Depression, Anxiety, Irritability, and Suicidal Thoughts or Behavior in Subjects Quitting Smoking on Varenicline Tartrate or Placebo

Study objective is to compare neuropsychiatric adverse events in subjects treated with varenicline or placebo in a controlled setting where both groups are experiencing nicotine withdrawal.

Positive Psychology Intervention to Improve Quality of Life in Stem Cell Transplant Survivors and Their Caregivers

This trial studies a positive psychology intervention designed to improve quality of life in stem cell transplant survivors and their caregivers. Positive psychology (PP) uses systematic exercises (e.g., gratitude letters, acts of kindness) to potentially boost levels of optimism, resilience, and life enjoyment. PP interventions are often enjoyable, easy to understand, and can be delivered via telephone. PP intervention may improve the quality of life of participants who have u...

The Genetic and Affective Prediction Study

A major proportion of patients admitted to psychiatric acute and emergency departments have symptoms, behaviors or function influenced by implicit or explicit suicidal intention (tendency towards self-harm, or suicide attempt). There is an increased risk of suicide in the acute phase during in-patient stay and after discharge. At present there is no satisfactory tool to predict post-discharge suicide risk. Multidimensional rating is expected to have better predictive propertie...

Brief Alcohol Intervention and mHealth Booster for Suicidal Adolescents

The primary goal of this study is to test the acceptability and feasibility of iASIST (integrated Alcohol and Suicide Intervention for Suicidal Teens), a novel adjunctive intervention for alcohol use and alcohol-related suicidal thoughts and behaviors for suicidal adolescent inpatients. The investigators will first conduct an open trial with 10 adolescents and their parents to test iASIST and make subsequent changes to the booster. Next, the investigators will conduct a ...

A Novel Web-based Positive Psychology Intervention Addressed to Pregnant Women

The identification and treatment of the disorders connected to the perinatal period has traditionally catalyzed the researchers' attention. Nevertheless, since the World Health Organization has recently coined the concept of positive pregnancy experience, which includes not only treatment of diseases, but also health education, and health promotion, research on antenatal care has expanded to a salutogenic perspective. In the wake of this perspective, a growing number of researc...

A Positive Psychology Intervention for Patients With Multiple Sclerosis

Positive psychology (PP) uses targeted activities to increase the frequency and intensity of positive emotional experiences such as positive affect. Examples of PP activities include recalling positive life events and performing acts of kindness. This pilot study will examine the tolerability and efficacy of a PP training program to increase positive affect in patients with multiple sclerosis (MS). In the intervention phase, subjects randomized to the intervention group will co...

Think Life, an Online Self-help Intervention for Coping With Suicidal Ideation

The objective of the Think Life study is to test the effect of an online, unguided self-help intervention, i.e. Think Life. The primary hypothesis is that Think Life will reduce suicidal ideation. The secondary hypothesis is that Think Life will lead to improvements in depressive symptoms, hopelessness, rumination, and anxiety. Positive changes are expected after completing Think Life and at follow-up, twelve weeks after baseline.


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