[No standalone website (unbranded, no questionnaire)] A Study of Subjects With Psoriatic Arthritis to Investigate the Effectiveness of Adalimumab Introduction Compared With Methotrexate Dose Escalation (CONTROL)

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Study’s contact

Call center

305-284-8332

Email address

ajensendoss@miami.edu

Condition

Anxiety,Depression

Treatment type

Interventional

Investigational product

Treatment as Usual

Phase

N/A

Sponsor

University of Miami

ClinicalTrials.gov identifier

NCT02567266

Study number

20150187

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About the study

Emotional disorders, including an array of anxiety and depressive syndromes, are the most common psychiatric disorders among adolescents, are highly comorbid, and severely impair the lives of youth and their families. Extant evidence-based therapies target only single disorders or symptom domains, are often not adopted by community mental health center (CMHC) clinicians, and have only modest effect sizes. To improve the clinical outcomes of these youth, the proposed study tests the effectiveness of two novel interventions (a transdiagnostic intervention, the Unified Protocol for the Treatment of Emotional Disorders in Adolescents, and a measurement and feedback system, the Youth Outcomes Questionnaires) relative to usual care in CMHCs.

Who can take part?

You may be eligible to participate in the study if you meet the following criteria:

Inclusion criteria
  1. CSR) greater than or equal to 4 on any DSM-5 defined anxiety disorder (e.g., generalized anxiety disorder, social phobia, selective mutism, separation anxiety
  2. disorder) or depressive disorder (e.g., major depressive disorder, persistent depressive disorder), or an adjustment disorder with depressed mood, anxiety, or mixed anxiety and depressed mood. 2. The adolescent is determined by the community mental health center to be eligible for outpatient psychosocial services at the clinic and determined by the study IE to be appropriate for outpatient psychosocial intervention (e.g., no major cognitive impairment or active
  3. suicidality) based on clinical interview. 3. The adolescent lives (for at least 50%
  4. time) with legal guardian and this guardian is willing to attend treatment sessions and participate in study assessments (every effort will be made to encourage the same caregiver to participate in all assessments). 4. Adolescent and parent/guardian are able to complete all study procedures in English or Spanish.
Exclusion criteria
  1. Strattera) for ADHD for at least two months can also be included. 3. Adolescents who are currently suicidal or who have engaged in suicidal behaviors within the past 6 months will be excluded and referred for appropriate clinical intervention. 4. Adolescents with a current substance abuse disorder as determined using the ADIS-5-C/P, will be excluded. 5. Consistent with prior trials of the UP-A, youth with primary conditions not specified for exclusion (e.g., eating disorders,
  2. schizophrenia) will be screened. As long as study staff concur that an emotional disorder treatment focus is appropriate, these youth will be included. 6. Adolescents with a reported history of intellectual disability or for whom there is substantial evidence (e.g., multiple learning disorders, extensive school-based accommodations for
  3. learning) that the cognitive level of the UP-A would make it inappropriate as an individual therapy modality, as determined via Family Background Questionnaire and/or based on PI judgement, will be excluded. 7. Given additional complexities obtaining informed consent, adolescents who are currently placed in the foster care system will be excluded.

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