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Specific versus generic psychological therapy for adolescents with social anxiety disorder: A comparison of Clark & Wells' condition-specific cognitive therapy adapted for adolescents, with the generic cognitive behaviour therapy that is currently used in adolescent services

Project title: Specific versus generic psychological therapy for adolescents with social anxiety disorder: A comparison of Clark & Wells' condition-specific cognitive therapy adapted for adolescents, with the generic cognitive behaviour therapy that is currently used in adolescent services

Call to action: 14/170 14/170 Specific versus generic psychological therapy for adolescents with social anxiety disorder

Research type: Primary Research

Chief investigator: Professor Cathy CreswellORCID logo

Lead Author: Professor Cathy CreswellORCID logo

Contractor: University of Reading

Cost: £330,211.48

Co-investigators: Associate Professor Mara ViolatoORCID logo, Dr Eleanor LeighORCID logo, Dr Michael LarkinORCID logo, Dr Polly WaiteORCID logo, Mr Gareth StephensORCID logo, Professor David ClarkORCID logo, Professor Gordon TaylorORCID logo, Professor Paul StallardORCID logo, Professor Shirley Reynolds.

Started: March 2016 | Status: Published March 2021

It was not feasible to conduct a full trial, but cognitive therapy for social anxiety disorder in young people is a promising treatment.

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