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Last Updated: 13 January 2023

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Evaluating an Eating Disorder Prevention Program for Young Women With Type 1 Diabetes

The Diabetes Body Project, an extension of the Body Project, is an extension of the Body Project, which is the only eating disorder prevention service to have consistently produced results when surveyed by independent researchers, produced higher results than traditional alternatives, and had a greater effect on objective outcomes. DBP has been modified just for people with T1D who are at an extremely high risk of eating disorders.

Source link: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT05264376


Development and Testing of a Peer-Coaching Model for the Treatment of Eating Disorders

In a randomized controlled trial comparing parent coaching/patient education to parent education/patient coaching, a total of 70 adolescents with eating disorders ages 12-18 and their parents/caregivers will be included. The study will include demographics, essentials, parent and patient self-efficacy, quality of life, illness-related distress/impairment, and changes in eating disorder symptoms and severity. Participants will complete assessments including height, weight, demographics, and interview questions in order to determine inclusion/exclusion criteria and eating disorder diagnoses during a screening and consenting tour. Patients and parents who are assigned to teaching will be able to contact their coach outside of their therapy session time for 15-minute coaching calls. Patients and parents who have been enrolled in weekly education activities will be sent a link, which will take them to YouTube videos related to the skills covered in therapy for the week. Coaching: A coach with special skills designed to support families in family-based therapy will be sent to the parent/patient during the 12-week intervention. During the call, the coach would remind the parent/patient of family-based skills that can be used in vivo to solve current challenges. If a call is running more than 15 minutes, the coach will direct them to their primary therapist or emergency services. This week, video will feature a new skill learned in therapy. Patients and parents will be consulted as a result of treatment and at the end of-treatment, and these visits will include patients and parents repeating the questionnaires administered during baseline.

Source link: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT05562258


Cognitive-Behavioral and Pharmacologic (LDX) Treatment of Binge-Eating Disorder and Obesity

This review looked at the effects of two common yet specific drugs - lisdexaminemine and cognitive behavioral therapy - alone and in combination for BED in obese patients with obesity. LDX is the first and only FDA-approved medication for the treatment of BED, and has shown short-term safety in comparison to placebo. Participants with BED and obesity will be randomly assigned to one of three interventions, CBT alone, LDX alone, or CBT combined with LDX. This RCT will present new information on the relative safety of LDX, CBT, and combined CBT+LDX for patients with obesity and BED.

Source link: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT03924193


Efficacy of Non-invasive Vagus Nerve Stimulation for Treatment of Low Weight Eating Disorders

In 30 adolescents ages 14-17, the aim of this research is to find the safety and capability of a device that will stimulate the vagus nerve. This project will determine if stimulation has any effect on eating habits in people with eating disorders, such as Anorexia Nervosa. Participants are limited to one of two conditions: 1 Vain Nerve Stimulation n=20; this group includes stimulation of the vagus nerve stimulator; and 2 Sham Stimulation n=10; this group includes the use of the vain nerve stimulator with no stimulation. During the 4 week intervention, tavNS stimulation or sham for 30 minutes will be included in clinic check-ins 3 days per week, while in the clinic during the 4 week intervention. Study Visits A single item meal test, self-report surveys, and adverse event analysis and reporting will be included in a one-hour study trip.

Source link: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT05554172


An Open-Label, Multi-Site Phase 2 Study of the Safety and Feasibility of MDMA-Assisted Psychotherapy for Eating Disorders

Both anorexia nervosa and binge eating disorders are related to a variety of physical and mental health disorders, including anxiety and depression, as well as poor health-related quality of life. Emission rates for eating disorders can range from 27 to 85 percent, though current treatments are relatively ineffective. It is widely accepted that emotion processing deficits are key to eating disorder development and maintenance. MDMA also has theoretical promise as a tool for emotional processing, including dysregulation and low self-confidence among people with eating disorders, and may help with emotional stability and self-confidence, among people with eating disorders, and may help to enhance the therapeutic process. The research will include 12 participants with anorexia nervosa restricting-type and six participants with binge eating disorder. Two Preparatory Sessions for each participant with an eating disorder and one Preparatory Session for each caregiver will be included in the analysis. Participants with eating disorders will undergo three Experimental Sessions of MDMA-assisted psychotherapy, lasting about eight hours each, during the course. Individual Integrative Sessions for the participant with an eating disorder and caregiver separately, as well as a combined Dyadic Integrative Session with both the patient with an eating disorder and caregiver together will be held. Just the participant with an eating disorder will have an Individual Integrative Session after the combined Dyadic Integrative Session with their caregiver following the second and third Experimental Session.

Source link: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT04454684

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