Tuesday, January 22, 2013

IRRT Research Update

Measures reflect statistically significant reduction in PTSD-related symptomology

Our goal to complete this IRRT study has been extended until April 1st to allow current research study therapists to complete their post-treatment testing and to invite other eligible therapists (100 hours of RRT training or 2 years of practice post Level 2 training) to volunteer for the study. We are about halfway there and need new therapists to volunteer. Our trending is all that we hoped, so we just need more therapists and clients to volunteer for this critical study to provide evidenced based research for our work. It's not to late to participate in this seminal study. The positive results thus far have encouraged us to extend our study deadline until April 1, 2013!

Contact Dr. Sharon Richie-Melvan at drsrichie@earthlink.net for more information.


Article courtesy of Dr. Sharon Richie-Melvan, MSN., Certified Rapid Resolution Therapist, Colonel, US Army Retired. Dr. Sharon also co-authored the book, "Angel Walk: Nurses at War in Iraq and Afghanistan," with Dr. Diane Vines, Ph.D, Certified Rapid Resolution Therapist. Within the book, Dr. Sharon recommends Rapid Resolution Therapy as a PTSD treatment approach.

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