- Price: $150
- Posted: 11 October 13
- Expire: Recurring
- Age & Sex: M/F 18+
What is the purpose of this study?
We are conducting a randomized controlled trial to evaluate two methods of providing psychotherapy to adults with panic disorder. In one method, clinicians will provide treatment using their usual approach to care (called ‘Care as Usual’). In the second method, clinicians will provide a specific treatment (Mastery of Anxiety and Panic treatment, also known as Panic Control Treatment) with the help of a computer-assisted therapy (CAT) program. The main purpose of this study is to collect data from clinicians and clients to evaluate the acceptability and effectiveness of these two treatment methods.
Who can participate?
Answer these four questions to find out if you may be eligible for this study:
- Are you a practicing mental health professional or in a psychotherapy training program?
- Do you currently have one or more clients with panic disorder on your case load?
- Have you previously received less than 12 hours of formal training in MAP?
- Are you interested in utilizing an evidence-based therapy for the treatment of panic disorder?
If you answer yes to all of these questions, you may be eligible for this study!