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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Session and Checklist

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Query Element Name Data Type Size Required Description Value Range Notes Aliases
subjectkey GUID Required The NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subject NDAR*
src_subject_id String 20 Required Subject ID how it's defined in lab/project pid
interview_age Integer Required Age in months at the time of the interview/test/sampling/imaging. 0 :: 1260 Age is rounded to chronological month. If the research participant is 15-days-old at time of interview, the appropriate value would be 0 months. If the participant is 16-days-old, the value would be 1 month.
interview_date Date Required Date on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging/biospecimen was completed. MM/DD/YYYY Required field
sex String 20 Required Sex of the subject M;F M = Male; F = Female gender
Query session_id String 20 Recommended session ID/screening ID session
version_form String 100 Recommended Form used/assessment name
Query visday Integer Recommended Number of days from study baseline to date of visit daycbt, daycbtp, daycbts, dayreview
Query cbtc1 Integer Recommended Effectively structures session (i.e. sets agenda and uses redirection appropriately when client is off task). 0::3;6;999 0 = Failed to attempt;1 = Needs improvement;2 = Satisfactory;3 = Superior;-6 = Not applicable;999 = Missing
Query cbtc2 Integer Recommended Demonstrates knowledge of CBT model. 0::3;6;999 0 = Failed to attempt;1 = Needs improvement;2 = Satisfactory;3 = Superior;-6 = Not applicable;999 = Missing
Query cbtc3 Integer Recommended Demonstrates ability to use Coping Cat/C.A.T. Project workbook and notebook. 0::3;6;999 0 = Failed to attempt;1 = Needs improvement;2 = Satisfactory;3 = Superior;-6 = Not applicable;999 = Missing
Query cbtc4 Integer Recommended Explains the FEAR plan steps (e.g. feelings thermometer, fear hierarchy, SUDS ratings)and applies the FEAR plan in a developmentally appropriate way to the client. 0::3;6;999 0 = Failed to attempt;1 = Needs improvement;2 = Satisfactory;3 = Superior;-6 = Not applicable;999 = Missing
Query cbtc5 Integer Recommended Reviews homework (STIC tasks, Take-Home Projects, and commercial) and problem solves with client any difficulty in completing homework. 0::3;6;999 0 = Failed to attempt;1 = Needs improvement;2 = Satisfactory;3 = Superior;-6 = Not applicable;999 = Missing
Query cbtc6 Integer Recommended Assigns a homework task and addresses any anticipated problems with completing homework. 0::3;6;999 0 = Failed to attempt;1 = Needs improvement;2 = Satisfactory;3 = Superior;-6 = Not applicable;999 = Missing
Query cbtc7 Integer Recommended Makes appropriate attempts to motivate and generate excitement about therapy sessions, STIC tasks, Take-Home Projects, and commercial 0::3;6;999 0 = Failed to attempt;1 = Needs improvement;2 = Satisfactory;3 = Superior;-6 = Not applicable;999 = Missing
Query cbtc8 Integer Recommended Helps identify and modify client's self-talk. 0::3;6;999 0 = Failed to attempt;1 = Needs improvement;2 = Satisfactory;3 = Superior;-6 = Not applicable;999 = Missing
Query cbtc9 Integer Recommended Uses coping modeling (e.g. uses appropriate self-disclosures, guided participation). 0::3;6;999 0 = Failed to attempt;1 = Needs improvement;2 = Satisfactory;3 = Superior;-6 = Not applicable;999 = Missing
Query cbtc10 Integer Recommended Uses behavioral role plays, rehearsals, and tag-along procedures. 0::3;6;999 0 = Failed to attempt;1 = Needs improvement;2 = Satisfactory;3 = Superior;-6 = Not applicable;999 = Missing
Query cbtc11 Integer Recommended Helps client use progressive muscle relaxation training and similar exercises (e.g. breathing retraining). 0::3;6;999 0 = Failed to attempt;1 = Needs improvement;2 = Satisfactory;3 = Superior;-6 = Not applicable;999 = Missing
Query cbtc12 Integer Recommended Uses exposures and graded task assignments and appropriately adjusts exposures to pace the client's progress. 0::3;6;999 0 = Failed to attempt;1 = Needs improvement;2 = Satisfactory;3 = Superior;-6 = Not applicable;999 = Missing
Query cbtc13 Integer Recommended Provides meaningful and appropriate rewards for exposures. 0::3;6;999 0 = Failed to attempt;1 = Needs improvement;2 = Satisfactory;3 = Superior;-6 = Not applicable;999 = Missing
Query cbtc14 Integer Recommended Helps client identify and normalize the somatic responses associated with anxiety. 0::3;6;999 0 = Failed to attempt;1 = Needs improvement;2 = Satisfactory;3 = Superior;-6 = Not applicable;999 = Missing
Query cbtc15 Integer Recommended Demonstrates ability to use interactive problem solving. 0::3;6;999 0 = Failed to attempt;1 = Needs improvement;2 = Satisfactory;3 = Superior;-6 = Not applicable;999 = Missing
Query cbtc16 Integer Recommended Works at establishing and/or maintaining rapport. 0::3;6;999 0 = Failed to attempt;1 = Needs improvement;2 = Satisfactory;3 = Superior;-6 = Not applicable;999 = Missing
Query cbtc17 Integer Recommended Demonstrates accurate understanding of client's problem and context of problem. 0::3;6;999 0 = Failed to attempt;1 = Needs improvement;2 = Satisfactory;3 = Superior;-6 = Not applicable;999 = Missing
Query cbtc18 Integer Recommended Restates the content of child's verbalizations (e.g., problems or issues) to encourage mutual understanding. 0::3;6;999 0 = Failed to attempt;1 = Needs improvement;2 = Satisfactory;3 = Superior;-6 = Not applicable;999 = Missing
Query cbtc19 Integer Recommended Addresses parents' role in treatment, directs parents or engages parents in problem-solving. 0::3;6;999 0 = Failed to attempt;1 = Needs improvement;2 = Satisfactory;3 = Superior;-6 = Not applicable;999 = Missing
Query cbtc20 Integer Recommended Minimizes a lecturing or "teachy" style in favor of a more collaborative / teamwork style. 0::3;6;999 0 = Failed to attempt;1 = Needs improvement;2 = Satisfactory;3 = Superior;-6 = Not applicable;999 = Missing
Query cbtc21 Integer Recommended appropriate professionalism and boundaries. 0::3;6;999 0 = Failed to attempt;1 = Needs improvement;2 = Satisfactory;3 = Superior;-6 = Not applicable;999 = Missing
Query cbtc22 Integer Recommended Therapist exhibits sensitivity to client (e.g., asks for feedback, notices nonverbal cues) regarding pace and progress of treatment. 0::3;6;999 0 = Failed to attempt;1 = Needs improvement;2 = Satisfactory;3 = Superior;-6 = Not applicable;999 = Missing
Query cbtc23 Integer Recommended Incorporates efforts to ensure client has fun. 0::3;6;999 0 = Failed to attempt;1 = Needs improvement;2 = Satisfactory;3 = Superior;-6 = Not applicable;999 = Missing
Query cbtc24 Integer Recommended Develops a plan to help client maintain newly acquired skills. 0::3;6;999 0 = Failed to attempt;1 = Needs improvement;2 = Satisfactory;3 = Superior;-6 = Not applicable;999 = Missing
Query cbtc25 Integer Recommended Is the session tape complete? 0;1 0 = No;1 = Yes
Query cbtc26 Integer Recommended Was the tape difficult to rate due to camera recording quality (view, audio, angle)? 0;1 0 = No;1 = Yes
Query cbtp1bwc Integer Recommended How many minutes of parent-therapist contact occurred in session (Parent with child) cbts1bwc
Query cbtp1bwoc Integer Recommended How many minutes of parent-therapist contact occurred in session (Parent without child) cbts1bwoc
Query cbtp1btot Integer Recommended How many minutes of parent-therapist contact occurred in session (Total) cbts1btot
Query cbtp1c1 Integer Recommended Reviewing session content 0;1 0 = False;1 = True cbts1c1
Query cbtp1c2 Integer Recommended Giving parent(s) skills to deal with child's anxiety 0;1 0 = False;1 = True cbts1c2
Query cbtp1c3 Integer Recommended Addressing family problems 0;1 0 = False;1 = True cbts1c3
Query cbtp1c4 Integer Recommended Giving parents skills to deal with own anxiety 0;1 0 = False;1 = True cbts1c4
Query cbtp1c5 Integer Recommended Scheduling next session 0;1 0 = False;1 = True cbts1c5
Query cbtp1c6 Integer Recommended Brief Check-In / Information gathering 0;1 0 = False;1 = True cbts1c6
Query cbtp1c7 Integer Recommended Other in-session contact 0;1 0 = False;1 = True cbts1c7
Query cbtp1c7d String 50 Recommended Describe other focus of in-session contact cbts1c7d
Query cbtp2 Integer Recommended Did you accomplish the stated goals of the session? 1::7 1-3 = Did not accomplish goals;4 = Accomplished some goals; 5-7 = Accomplished all goals cbts2
Query cbtp3 Integer Recommended Was the parent/child assigned an exposure task? 0;1 0 = No;1 = Yes cbts3b
Query cbts3 Integer Recommended Was the child assigned a Show-That-I-Can (STIC) homework task? 0;1 0 = no;1 = yes
Query cbts3ay Integer Recommended Was Show-That-I-Can (STIC) homework task completed? 1;2 1 = prior to session;2 = in session
Query cbts3byi Integer Recommended Number of assigned imaginal exposures carried out since last session
Query cbts3byv Integer Recommended Number of assigned in vivo exposures carried out since last session
Query cbts3n Integer Recommended Was Show-That-I-Can (STIC) homework task completed in session? 0;1 0 = no;1 = yes
Query cbtp3a Integer Recommended How many exposures were carried out during today's session? - Imaginal cbts4a
Query cbtp3b Integer Recommended How many exposures were carried out during today's session? - In Vivo cbts4b
Query cbtp3yi Integer Recommended How many assigned exposures were carried out since last session - Imaginal?
Query cbtp3yv Integer Recommended How many assigned exposures were carried out since last session - In Vivo?
Query cbtp4a Integer Recommended How many exposures were carried out during the week prior to today's session - Imaginal? cbts5a
Query cbtp4b Integer Recommended How many exposures were carried out during the week prior to today's session - In Vivo? cbts5b
Query cbtp5a1 Integer Recommended How much out-of-session parent/child-therapist contact occurred this week in phone calls (in minutes)? cbts6a1
Query cbtp5a2 Integer Recommended How much out-of-session parent/child-therapist contact occurred this week of waiting room talk (in minutes)? cbts6a2
Query cbtp5a3 Integer Recommended How much out-of-session parent/child-therapist contact occurred this week of extra parent/child sessions (in minutes)? cbts6a3
Query cbtp5a4 Integer Recommended Total out-of-session parent/child-therapist contact occurred this week (in minutes) cbts6a4
Query cbtp5b1 Integer Recommended Focus of out-of-session contact: Reviewing session content 0;1 0 = False;1 = True cbts6b1
Query cbtp5b2 Integer Recommended Focus of out-of-session contact: Giving parent(s) skills to deal with child's anxiety 0;1 0 = False;1 = True cbts6b2
Query cbtp5b3 Integer Recommended Focus of out-of-session contact: Addressing family problems 0;1 0 = False;1 = True cbts6b3
Query cbtp5b4 Integer Recommended Focus of out-of-session contact: Giving parents skills to deal with own anxiety 0;1 0 = False;1 = True cbts6b4
Query cbtp5b5 Integer Recommended Focus of out-of-session contact: Scheduling next session 0;1 0 = False;1 = True cbts6b5
Query cbtp5b6 Integer Recommended Focus of out-of-session contact: Information gathering 0;1 0 = False;1 = True cbts6b6
Query cbtp5b7 Integer Recommended Focus of out-of-session contact: Other 0;1 0 = False;1 = True cbts6b7
cbtp5b7d String 50 Recommended Describe other focus of out-of-session contact cbts6b7d
Query cbtp6 Integer Recommended How would you describe the quality of the therapeutic relationship during the session with the parent(s)? 1::7 1-3 = Very poor;4 = Average;5-7=Very good cbts7
Query cbtp7 Integer Recommended How involved were the parent(s)/child in today's session? 1::7 1-3 = Very uninvolved; 4 = Involved at times; 5-7= Actively involved cbts8
Query cbtp8 Integer Recommended How well did the parent/child master the information / skill presented during the session? 1::7 1-3 = No mastery; 4 = Some mastery;5-7 = Excellent mastery
Query cbtp9 Integer Recommended How would you describe the quality of the parent-child relationship to date? 1::7 1-3 = Very poor;4 = Average;5-7=Very good cbts9
Query cbts10 Integer Recommended How would you characterize the childs improvement to date? 1::7 1-3 = No improvement;4 = Moderate improvement;5-7 = Greatly improved
Query cbts11 Integer Recommended To what degree has the child been facing his / her fears? 1::7 1 = Not at all:4 = Moderately sometimes:7 = Very much so
Query cmplianc_p Integer Recommended parent/child's overall compliance with treatment 1::7 1-3 = Poor; 4 = Intermediate; 5-7= Good cmplianc_s
Query topic1_c Integer Recommended Primary topic/focus of therapy session 1::6 1 = Dealing with parent / child conflict;2 = Teaching FEAR steps to parent;3 = Orientation to the program;4 = Parenting skills;5 = Developing behavior plan for child;6 = Relapse prevention topic1_p, topic1_s
Query topic2_c Integer Recommended Secondary topic/focus of therapy session 1::6 1 = Dealing with parent / child conflict;2 = Teaching FEAR steps to parent;3 = Orientation to the program;4 = Parenting skills;5 = Developing behavior plan for child;6 = Relapse prevention topic2_p, topic2_s
Query respond Integer Recommended Respondent 1::5;999 1 = Parent; 2 = Teacher; 3=Self; 4= Other; 5= Significant other; 999 = Not available nfcbtp, nfcbts
Query respond_detail_oth_spec String 255 Recommended Respondent details nfocbtp, nfocbts
Query trtrec Integer Recommended What treatment assignment information did the family receive? 1::8 1 = Pills only; 2 = Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) only; 3 = Combination of CBT and Fluoxetine; 4=Placebo; 5 = Sertraline and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy; 6 = Sertraline only;7=Medication Management (MM); 8=MM + CBT tx_p, tx_s
Query respondent_other_specify String 50 Recommended Respondent: Other (specify) nfocbtpmom, nfocbtsmom
Query reviewday Integer Recommended Days from baseline checklist completed
Query topic1_primary String 200 Recommended Describe Primary topic/focus of therapy session
Query topic2_secondary String 200 Recommended Describe Primary topic/focus of therapy session
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