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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Session and Checklist

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Element NameData TypeSizeRequiredDescriptionValue RangeNotesAliases
subjectkeyGUIDRequiredThe NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subjectNDAR*
src_subject_idString20RequiredSubject ID how it's defined in lab/projectpid
interview_ageIntegerRequiredAge in months at the time of the interview/test/sampling/imaging.0 :: 1260Age 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_dateDateRequiredDate on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging was completed. MM/DD/YYYYRequired field
genderString20RequiredSex of the subjectM;FM = Male; F = Female
session_idString20Recommendedsession ID/screening IDsession
version_formString100RecommendedForm used
visdayIntegerRecommendedNumber of days from study baseline to date of visitdaycbt, daycbtp, daycbts, dayreview
cbtc1IntegerRecommendedEffectively structures session (i.e. sets agenda and uses redirection appropriately when client is off task).0::3;6;9990 = Failed to attempt;1 = Needs improvement;2 = Satisfactory;3 = Superior;-6 = Not applicable;999 = Missing
cbtc2IntegerRecommendedDemonstrates knowledge of CBT model.0::3;6;9990 = Failed to attempt;1 = Needs improvement;2 = Satisfactory;3 = Superior;-6 = Not applicable;999 = Missing
cbtc3IntegerRecommendedDemonstrates ability to use Coping Cat/C.A.T. Project workbook and notebook.0::3;6;9990 = Failed to attempt;1 = Needs improvement;2 = Satisfactory;3 = Superior;-6 = Not applicable;999 = Missing
cbtc4IntegerRecommendedExplains 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;9990 = Failed to attempt;1 = Needs improvement;2 = Satisfactory;3 = Superior;-6 = Not applicable;999 = Missing
cbtc5IntegerRecommendedReviews homework (STIC tasks, Take-Home Projects, and commercial) and problem solves with client any difficulty in completing homework.0::3;6;9990 = Failed to attempt;1 = Needs improvement;2 = Satisfactory;3 = Superior;-6 = Not applicable;999 = Missing
cbtc6IntegerRecommendedAssigns a homework task and addresses any anticipated problems with completing homework.0::3;6;9990 = Failed to attempt;1 = Needs improvement;2 = Satisfactory;3 = Superior;-6 = Not applicable;999 = Missing
cbtc7IntegerRecommendedMakes appropriate attempts to motivate and generate excitement about therapy sessions, STIC tasks, Take-Home Projects, and commercial0::3;6;9990 = Failed to attempt;1 = Needs improvement;2 = Satisfactory;3 = Superior;-6 = Not applicable;999 = Missing
cbtc8IntegerRecommendedHelps identify and modify client's self-talk.0::3;6;9990 = Failed to attempt;1 = Needs improvement;2 = Satisfactory;3 = Superior;-6 = Not applicable;999 = Missing
cbtc9IntegerRecommendedUses coping modeling (e.g. uses appropriate self-disclosures, guided participation).0::3;6;9990 = Failed to attempt;1 = Needs improvement;2 = Satisfactory;3 = Superior;-6 = Not applicable;999 = Missing
cbtc10IntegerRecommendedUses behavioral role plays, rehearsals, and tag-along procedures.0::3;6;9990 = Failed to attempt;1 = Needs improvement;2 = Satisfactory;3 = Superior;-6 = Not applicable;999 = Missing
cbtc11IntegerRecommendedHelps client use progressive muscle relaxation training and similar exercises (e.g. breathing retraining).0::3;6;9990 = Failed to attempt;1 = Needs improvement;2 = Satisfactory;3 = Superior;-6 = Not applicable;999 = Missing
cbtc12IntegerRecommendedUses exposures and graded task assignments and appropriately adjusts exposures to pace the client's progress.0::3;6;9990 = Failed to attempt;1 = Needs improvement;2 = Satisfactory;3 = Superior;-6 = Not applicable;999 = Missing
cbtc13IntegerRecommendedProvides meaningful and appropriate rewards for exposures.0::3;6;9990 = Failed to attempt;1 = Needs improvement;2 = Satisfactory;3 = Superior;-6 = Not applicable;999 = Missing
cbtc14IntegerRecommendedHelps client identify and normalize the somatic responses associated with anxiety.0::3;6;9990 = Failed to attempt;1 = Needs improvement;2 = Satisfactory;3 = Superior;-6 = Not applicable;999 = Missing
cbtc15IntegerRecommendedDemonstrates ability to use interactive problem solving.0::3;6;9990 = Failed to attempt;1 = Needs improvement;2 = Satisfactory;3 = Superior;-6 = Not applicable;999 = Missing
cbtc16IntegerRecommendedWorks at establishing and/or maintaining rapport.0::3;6;9990 = Failed to attempt;1 = Needs improvement;2 = Satisfactory;3 = Superior;-6 = Not applicable;999 = Missing
cbtc17IntegerRecommendedDemonstrates accurate understanding of client's problem and context of problem.0::3;6;9990 = Failed to attempt;1 = Needs improvement;2 = Satisfactory;3 = Superior;-6 = Not applicable;999 = Missing
cbtc18IntegerRecommendedRestates the content of child's verbalizations (e.g., problems or issues) to encourage mutual understanding.0::3;6;9990 = Failed to attempt;1 = Needs improvement;2 = Satisfactory;3 = Superior;-6 = Not applicable;999 = Missing
cbtc19IntegerRecommendedAddresses parents' role in treatment, directs parents or engages parents in problem-solving.0::3;6;9990 = Failed to attempt;1 = Needs improvement;2 = Satisfactory;3 = Superior;-6 = Not applicable;999 = Missing
cbtc20IntegerRecommendedMinimizes a lecturing or "teachy" style in favor of a more collaborative / teamwork style.0::3;6;9990 = Failed to attempt;1 = Needs improvement;2 = Satisfactory;3 = Superior;-6 = Not applicable;999 = Missing
cbtc21IntegerRecommendedappropriate professionalism and boundaries.0::3;6;9990 = Failed to attempt;1 = Needs improvement;2 = Satisfactory;3 = Superior;-6 = Not applicable;999 = Missing
cbtc22IntegerRecommendedTherapist exhibits sensitivity to client (e.g., asks for feedback, notices nonverbal cues) regarding pace and progress of treatment.0::3;6;9990 = Failed to attempt;1 = Needs improvement;2 = Satisfactory;3 = Superior;-6 = Not applicable;999 = Missing
cbtc23IntegerRecommendedIncorporates efforts to ensure client has fun.0::3;6;9990 = Failed to attempt;1 = Needs improvement;2 = Satisfactory;3 = Superior;-6 = Not applicable;999 = Missing
cbtc24IntegerRecommendedDevelops a plan to help client maintain newly acquired skills.0::3;6;9990 = Failed to attempt;1 = Needs improvement;2 = Satisfactory;3 = Superior;-6 = Not applicable;999 = Missing
cbtc25IntegerRecommendedIs the session tape complete?0;10 = No;1 = Yes
cbtc26IntegerRecommendedWas the tape difficult to rate due to camera recording quality (view, audio, angle)?0;10 = No;1 = Yes
cbtp1bwcIntegerRecommendedHow many minutes of parent-therapist contact occurred in session (Parent with child)cbts1bwc
cbtp1bwocIntegerRecommendedHow many minutes of parent-therapist contact occurred in session (Parent without child)cbts1bwoc
cbtp1btotIntegerRecommendedHow many minutes of parent-therapist contact occurred in session (Total)cbts1btot
cbtp1c1IntegerRecommendedReviewing session content0;10 = False;1 = Truecbts1c1
cbtp1c2IntegerRecommendedGiving parent(s) skills to deal with child's anxiety0;10 = False;1 = Truecbts1c2
cbtp1c3IntegerRecommendedAddressing family problems0;10 = False;1 = Truecbts1c3
cbtp1c4IntegerRecommendedGiving parents skills to deal with own anxiety0;10 = False;1 = Truecbts1c4
cbtp1c5IntegerRecommendedScheduling next session0;10 = False;1 = Truecbts1c5
cbtp1c6IntegerRecommendedBrief Check-In / Information gathering0;10 = False;1 = Truecbts1c6
cbtp1c7IntegerRecommendedOther in-session contact0;10 = False;1 = Truecbts1c7
cbtp1c7dString50RecommendedDescribe other focus of in-session contactcbts1c7d
cbtp2IntegerRecommendedDid you accomplish the stated goals of the session?1::71-3 = Did not accomplish goals;4 = Accomplished some goals; 5-7 = Accomplished all goalscbts2
cbtp3IntegerRecommendedWas the parent/child assigned an exposure task?0;10 = No;1 = Yescbts3b
cbts3IntegerRecommendedWas the child assigned a Show-That-I-Can (STIC) homework task?0;10 = no;1 = yes
cbts3ayIntegerRecommendedWas Show-That-I-Can (STIC) homework task completed?1;21 = prior to session;2 = in session
cbts3byiIntegerRecommendedNumber of assigned imaginal exposures carried out since last session
cbts3byvIntegerRecommendedNumber of assigned in vivo exposures carried out since last session
cbts3nIntegerRecommendedWas Show-That-I-Can (STIC) homework task completed in session?0;10 = no;1 = yes
cbtp3aIntegerRecommendedHow many exposures were carried out during today's session? - Imaginalcbts4a
cbtp3bIntegerRecommendedHow many exposures were carried out during today's session? - In Vivocbts4b
cbtp3yiIntegerRecommendedHow many assigned exposures were carried out since last session - Imaginal?
cbtp3yvIntegerRecommendedHow many assigned exposures were carried out since last session - In Vivo?
cbtp4aIntegerRecommendedHow many exposures were carried out during the week prior to today's session - Imaginal?cbts5a
cbtp4bIntegerRecommendedHow many exposures were carried out during the week prior to today's session - In Vivo?cbts5b
cbtp5a1IntegerRecommendedHow much out-of-session parent/child-therapist contact occurred this week in phone calls (in minutes)?cbts6a1
cbtp5a2IntegerRecommendedHow much out-of-session parent/child-therapist contact occurred this week of waiting room talk (in minutes)?cbts6a2
cbtp5a3IntegerRecommendedHow much out-of-session parent/child-therapist contact occurred this week of extra parent/child sessions (in minutes)?cbts6a3
cbtp5a4IntegerRecommendedTotal out-of-session parent/child-therapist contact occurred this week (in minutes)cbts6a4
cbtp5b1IntegerRecommendedFocus of out-of-session contact: Reviewing session content0;10 = False;1 = Truecbts6b1
cbtp5b2IntegerRecommendedFocus of out-of-session contact: Giving parent(s) skills to deal with child's anxiety0;10 = False;1 = Truecbts6b2
cbtp5b3IntegerRecommendedFocus of out-of-session contact: Addressing family problems0;10 = False;1 = Truecbts6b3
cbtp5b4IntegerRecommendedFocus of out-of-session contact: Giving parents skills to deal with own anxiety0;10 = False;1 = Truecbts6b4
cbtp5b5IntegerRecommendedFocus of out-of-session contact: Scheduling next session0;10 = False;1 = Truecbts6b5
cbtp5b6IntegerRecommendedFocus of out-of-session contact: Information gathering0;10 = False;1 = Truecbts6b6
cbtp5b7IntegerRecommendedFocus of out-of-session contact: Other0;10 = False;1 = Truecbts6b7
cbtp5b7dString50RecommendedDescribe other focus of out-of-session contactcbts6b7d
cbtp6IntegerRecommendedHow would you describe the quality of the therapeutic relationship during the session with the parent(s)?1::71-3 = Very poor;4 = Average;5-7=Very goodcbts7
cbtp7IntegerRecommendedHow involved were the parent(s)/child in today's session?1::71-3 = Very uninvolved; 4 = Involved at times; 5-7= Actively involvedcbts8
cbtp8IntegerRecommendedHow well did the parent/child master the information / skill presented during the session?1::71-3 = No mastery; 4 = Some mastery;5-7 = Excellent mastery
cbtp9IntegerRecommendedHow would you describe the quality of the parent-child relationship to date?1::71-3 = Very poor;4 = Average;5-7=Very goodcbts9
cbts10IntegerRecommendedHow would you characterize the childs improvement to date?1::71-3 = No improvement;4 = Moderate improvement;5-7 = Greatly improved
cbts11IntegerRecommendedTo what degree has the child been facing his / her fears?1::71 = Not at all:4 = Moderately sometimes:7 = Very much so
cmplianc_pIntegerRecommendedparent/child's overall compliance with treatment1::71-3 = Poor; 4 = Intermediate; 5-7= Goodcmplianc_s
topic1_cIntegerRecommendedPrimary topic/focus of therapy session1::61 = 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 preventiontopic1_p, topic1_s
topic2_cIntegerRecommendedSecondary topic/focus of therapy session1::61 = 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 preventiontopic2_p, topic2_s
respondIntegerRecommendedRespondent1::4;9991 = Parent; 2 = Teacher; 3=Self; 4= Other; 999 = Not availablenfcbtp, nfcbts
respond_detail_oth_specString255RecommendedRespondent detailsnfocbtp, nfocbts
trtrecIntegerRecommendedWhat treatment assignment information did the family receive?1::81 = 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 + CBTtx_p, tx_s
respondent_other_specifyString50RecommendedRespondent: Other (specify)nfocbtpmom, nfocbtsmom
reviewdayIntegerRecommendedDays from baseline checklist completed
topic1_primaryString200RecommendedDescribe Primary topic/focus of therapy session
topic2_secondaryString200RecommendedDescribe Primary topic/focus of therapy session
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