Development of Internet-Delivered Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (iCBT) for Anxiety in Youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD): the LUNA study
Baylor College of Medicine is conducting a research study that provides free treatment for anxiety designed to fit the needs of children with autism spectrum disorder (aged 7 - 15 years old). This study provides a treatment known as internet-based, parent-led cognitive behavioral therapy. It is delivered through an interactive website over the course of 12 weeks with additional therapist support. Participants will also be asked to complete three virtual assessment visits in addition to treatment, which will be each be compensated with $40 (a total of $120). Treatment is offered in both English and Spanish.
Helping Autistic Adolescents with Behavior Therapy for Internalizing Traits: The HAABIT Study
Are you the parent of an autistic teen aged 12-17 with anxiety and/or depression symptoms? Researchers at Baylor College of Medicine are conducting a research study that provides 10 weeks of free, virtual cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) tailored for autism. Participants will also be asked to complete three virtual assessment visits in addition to CBT treatment. Compensation is $100 for each completed assessment (totaling up to $300).
If you would like to learn more about the study or to see if you are eligible, contact AutismTeenTherapy@bcm.edu or complete a short eligibility survey. Visit the Clinical Trials page for more information.