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STOP PTSD

Research indicates that several forms of psychological therapy are effective for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), but it is unclear how they should be best delivered. You are invited to participate in a study comparing two different types of internet-delivered therapy for PTSD. Both therapies involve working through a therapy programme online, with guidance from a therapist via secure messaging and telephone calls, for three months. A total of 175 patients for whom the treatment is suitable will be taking part in the study.

Details:

We are looking for:

Adults who may be experiencing post-traumatic stress disorder.

Location:

  • South East
  • South West
  • London

Expenses:

There will be a total of five to six face-to-face interviews (some of these can be done on the telephone if you prefer). You will be reimbursed £20 for each of these interviews, to go towards your time and travel expenses. You will also receive another £20 at 13 weeks for having completed the weekly questionnaires during treatment and a few further questionnaires at two weeks and six weeks.

Contact information:

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