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Table 1 Baseline demographic and diagnostic data in adolescents (N = 60) allocated to attachment based family therapy or treatment as usual

From: Effectiveness of attachment-based family therapy compared to treatment as usual for depressed adolescents in community mental health clinics

Variable Treatment condition
ABFT (n = 30) TAU (n = 30)
Age, years (SE)   15.03 (1.35) 14.77 (1.36)
Gender, % (n) Female 90 (27) 83.3 (25)
Dropout, % (n) Excluded 7 (2) 3.3 (1)
  Drop out 10 (3) 13.3 (4)
Ethnicity, % (n) Norwegian 100 (30) 96.7 (30)
  Skandinavian other than Norwegian 0 (0) 3.3 (1)
Living with, % (n) Both parents 29.6 (8) 36.7 (11)
  Two home family 18.5 (5) 13.3 (4)
  Father (and partner) 18.5 (5) 13.3 (4)
  Mother (and partner) 33.3 (9) 33.3 (10)
  Other 0 (0) 3.3 (1)
Psychiatric comorbidity, % (n) Dysthmia 3.3 (1) 0 (0)
  Any anxiety disordersa 43.3 (13) 46.7 (14)
  Obsessive–Compulsive Disorder 6.7 (2) 6.7 (2)
  Externalizing disorder 0 (0) 13.4 (4)
  PTSD 3.3 (1) 3.3 (1)
  Eneuresis 3.3 (1) 6.7 (2)
  No comorbidity 53.3 (16) 46.7 (14)
Depressive symptoms, mean (SD) BDI-II 34.23 (7.34) 36.21 (9.84)
  GRID- HAMD 21.87 (4.61) 21.92 (4.07)
  1. BDI-II Beck Depression Inventory II, GRID-HAMD GRID-Hamilton Depression Rating Scale
  2. aIncludes social phobia, specific phobia, agora phobia, generalized anxiety disorder, anxiety disorder NOS, obsessive compulsive disorder
  3. bIncludes oppositional defiant disorder, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder