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Tallahassee, Florida 32306

  • Social Anxiety


This is an intervention study designed to evaluate a text message based safety behavior fading treatment for people with social anxiety disorder.

Study summary:

This study hopes to assess whether a month long text message based safety behavior fading protocol is effective in reducing safety behaviors and social anxiety symptoms. Over the course of four consecutive weeks, text messages will be sent to participants the first day of the study and every other day for four weeks (14 texts in total). These text messages will remind participants to either avoid using their three most engaged in safety behaviors (assessed at pre-treatment) or to stay present-focused. The past week frequency of the participants' safety behaviors will be assessed at the beginning of pre-treatment, post-treatment, and four week follow up assessments Participants will be asked to complete an additional online questionnaire for both a post-treatment and a 4-week post-treatment follow up assessment. We hypothesize that: 1) the safety behavior group will show a greater overall reduction in social anxiety symptoms, 2) that the safety behavior group will show a reduction in the frequency of safety behavior use, and 3) that the present-focused group will show an increase in mindfulness.


Inclusion Criteria: - Social Phobia Inventory score > 29 Exclusion Criteria: - receiving therapy - changes in the past 4 weeks with medication for emotional difficulties - psychotic symptoms



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Tallahassee, Florida 32306
United States

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Date Processed: June 23, 2021

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