The PTSD Research and Treatment Program at Case Western Reserve University is looking for people ages 18-65 who have experienced a stressful life event and are experiencing symptoms of PTSD or depression. Such stressors might include sexual assault, physical assault, a bad accident, loss of a job, or military trauma. Common symptoms of PTSD and depression include distressing memories, sadness, feeling numb, and sleep problems.
The study is examining a brief (six weeks) intervention for symptoms associated with stressful life events. Compensation is provided for participation.
For more information, call 216.368.0338 or visit www.pathway2help.com.