The Institute For Rapid Resolution Therapy Launches Its Second Research Study To Treat Trauma Survivors
Interested Clients and Certified Rapid Resolution Therapists Needed For Study
The study begins in April 2012. We are inviting qualified licensed and certified RRT Therapists across the country and their clients who have experienced trauma to participate in the study.Clients will be asked to complete several valid and reliable psychological instruments to measure both pre-pretreatment and post-treatment symptomology.
RRT Therapists are encouraged to contact us if they are interested in participating in this study. The study process, study diagram and application forms are available now on theInstitute for Rapid Resolution Therapy practitioner's website atwww.rapidresolutiontherapy.com. Clients seeking treatment for PTSD can get more information and find a certified RRT practitioner at www.cleartrauma.com.
For more information about this study, please contact our Research Director, Dr. Sharon Richie-Melvan at 352-476-5599, the Research Analyst, psychologist Thomas Dikel, Ph.D., at 352-378-0900, or the Study Administrator Ms. Denise Smith at 215-471-1531. Other members of the research team include Dr. Diane Vines, University of Portland and Melinda Paige, Georgia State University and Executive Director, IRRT. We welcome all comments and questions about the study.
Rapid Resolution Therapy(TM) was developed by Dr. Jon Connelly. He is the author of Life Changing Conversations - The Power of Transformational Communication, which demonstrates that dramatic therapeutic breakthroughs can be facilitated in a single psychotherapy session. With over 30 years of experience working with individuals and training professionals, Dr. Connelly also is the founder of The Institute for Survivors of Sexual Violence, a non-profit (501C3) organization providing mental health professionals with state-of-the-art training in advanced clinical methods of eliminating the negative influence of trauma. You can learn more about Dr. Connelly and Rapid Resolution Therapy at either www.rapidresolutiontherapy.com orwww.cleartrauma.com.
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