Overview

This trial has been completed.

Condition anxiety disorders
Treatment camp cope-a-lot (computer-assisted cbt program)
Sponsor Temple University
Start date December 2010
End date June 2016
Trial size 76 participants
Trial identifier NCT02437968, MH086438

Summary

The present study aims to test the implementation and sustainability of (a) a Computer-Assisted Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment (CACBT) for youth anxiety and (b) the BASC-2 TRS to identify anxious youth in the school setting using a cohort-sequential design (i.e., three years at 20 schools over the span of five years).

'Camp Cope-A-Lot (Computer-assisted CBT program)'

United States No locations recruiting
Other Countries No locations recruiting

Study Design

Allocation non-randomized
Endpoint classification efficacy study
Intervention model single group assignment
Masking open label
Primary purpose treatment
Arm
(Experimental)
South New Jersey school service providers.
camp cope-a-lot (computer-assisted cbt program)
Camp Cope-A-Lot is a computer-assisted program that includes psychoeducation and clinician guided exposure tasks for anxious children.
(Experimental)
Philadelphia suburbs and surrounding community service providers
camp cope-a-lot (computer-assisted cbt program)
Camp Cope-A-Lot is a computer-assisted program that includes psychoeducation and clinician guided exposure tasks for anxious children.
(Experimental)
Mississauga, ON (Canada) school district service providers.
camp cope-a-lot (computer-assisted cbt program)
Camp Cope-A-Lot is a computer-assisted program that includes psychoeducation and clinician guided exposure tasks for anxious children.

Primary Outcomes

Measure
Change in the number of children identified as anxious.
time frame: Baseline, end of year 1, end of year 2, end of year 3
Change in the number of children treated for anxiety.
time frame: Baseline, end of year 1, end of year 2, end of year 3

Eligibility Criteria

Male or female participants of any age.

Inclusion Criteria: - All mental health workers (e.g., guidance, social work, school psychologists) in the schools will be eligible to be trained. Exclusion Criteria:

Additional Information

Official title Disseminating Evidence-based Practice to the Schools: CBT for Child Anxiety
Description The present study will test the implementation and sustainability of (a) a Computer-Assisted Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment (CACBT) for youth anxiety and (b) the BASC-2 TRS to identify anxious youth in the school setting using a cohort-sequential design (i.e., three years at 20 schools over the span of five years). There are 3 phases: Phase I (baseline): Gather data on prevalence and services provided via screening measures and treatment trackers: Phase II (implementation): Train school staff in the identification of anxious youth (i.e. BASC-2 TRS) and the provision of the intervention (i.e., CACBT), modifying assessment and treatment procedures so as to best fit each individual school. Identify barriers and facilitators of implementation by gathering the qualitative experience of school staff: Phase II (sustainability): Discontinue training and supervision. Assess sustainability of the assessment and intervention. Identify barriers and facilitators of implementation by gathering the qualitative experience of school staff. 'Camp Cope-A-Lot (Computer-assisted CBT program)"
Trial information was received from ClinicalTrials.gov and was last updated in November 2016.
Information provided to ClinicalTrials.gov by Temple University.