UW Research Study: Life Improvement Following Traumatic Brain Injury

After a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), many people experience symptoms including low mood, poor energy, loss of interest in usual activities, and changes in appetite and sleep. The University of Washington (UW) is conducting a research study using a particular approach to education and counseling, called Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). This type of counseling has been used to effectively treat these symptoms with people who have not had a brain injury.

UW is investigating whether these same strategies can also help people who have had a TBI. Researchers hope to find out if counseling can help people with a TBI get back to activities they enjoy, develop positive mental habits, and improve overall quality of life. Eligible participants will be enrolled in the study for 16 weeks, with a follow-up phone call 8 weeks later. For questions, or to be considered for this study, please contact Kenneth Marshall at (206) 543-4213 or 1-866-577-1925. For more information visit the website.

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