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From: Coping with Unusual ExperienceS for 12–18 year olds (CUES+): a transdiagnostic randomised controlled trial of the effectiveness of cognitive therapy in reducing distress associated with unusual experiences in adolescent mental health services: study protocol for a randomised controlled trial

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Coping with Unusual ExperienceS for 12–18 year olds (CUES+): schedule of enrolment, interventions and assessments. Key: UED unusual experience with distress, CBT cognitive behavioural therapy, 1Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire (SDQ), Emotional Problems subscale [41, 42]. 2Unusual Experiences Questionnaire (UEQ) – severity score [10, 14, 39]; 3from the Development and Wellbeing Scales (DAWBA) [45]. 4Child adaptation of the Clinical Service Receipt Inventory [51]; 5EuroQol Health Questionnaire, youth version (EQ5D-Y) [52,53,54]. 6,7Parent- and child-reported full SDQ and UEQ (including UEQ appraisals [68, 72]; 8,9researcher-reported functioning (Child Global Assessment Scale, Health of the Nation Outcome Scales for Children and Adolescents) [86,87,88];10–12child- and parent-reported mood and behaviour (Revised Child Anxiety and Depression Scales [55]; Elevated Mood Scales [56,57,58]; Me and My School, behavioural problems subscale [59]; 13–17child-reported trauma sequelae/emotion regulation (Difficulties in Emotion Regulation Scale [60]; Adolescent Dissociative Experiences Scale [61]; Child Revised Impact of Events Scale-13 [62]; DAWBA eating disorder screen [45]; Maudsley Addiction Profile [63]); 18Time budget measure of activities and peer relationships [64,65,66]; 19Beliefs about problems [69,70,71,72]; 20Brief Core Schema Scale [27, 68]; 21Jumping to conclusions reasoning task [26, 73]; 22–24Parent caregiving experience and appraisals (Five Minute Speech Sample [74]; Brief Illness Perception Questionnaire [36, 69]; Experience of Caregiving Inventory [78]; 25–28parent distress/wellbeing and coping (Patient Health Questionnaire, Generalised Anxiety Disorder, Short Warwick-Edinburgh Mental Well-Being Scale, Brief COPE Scale with Confidante Question [36, 75,76,77,78]. 29–32Short CHOICE with goals [84]; Session and Outcome Rating Scales [79,80,81,82]; service satisfaction [83]; 33demographics (age, gender, ethnicity, parent-reported developmental delay); 34life events, bullying and brief trauma screen [69.70,45]; 35-37Wechsler Intelligence Scales for Children – Fourth Edition (WISC-IV), Individual Attainment Test II (WIAT-II), Abbreviated Scale of Intelligence II (WASI-II) [48,49,50]. 38Children’s Post-Traumatic Cognitions Inventory [44]

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