A Non-Inferiority Randomized Controlled Trial Comparing Interpersonal Therapy to Exposure Therapy for PTSD Consequent to Military Sexual Trauma (MST) in Male and Female Military Personnel and Veterans

Participants: 

A Research Study for Those Affected by Military Sexual Assault 

Did you serve in the military and experience actual or thereatened sexual assault?

Do you experience:

-Repetitive unwanted memories?

-Sleep problems or Nightmares?

-Difficulty Concentration?

-Nervousness, jumpiness, or anxiety?

If so, you may be eligible to participate in a 10-14 week research study involving treatment for Military Sexual Trauma-related PTSD using either Exposure Therapy or Interpersonal Psychotherapy.

Purpose: 

We are testing the effectiveness of Interpersonal Psychotherapy in comparison to Exposure Therapy, the first line treatment for PTSD. 

Details: 

All information is strictly confidential

All participants will receive a free PTSD intervention. Participants will be compensated for all completed study assessments (up to a total of $325). 

For more information, please call 212-821-0783, email Stephanie Jovel at smj4002@med.cornell.edu, or contact us here to learn more!

Program for Anxiety and Traumatic Stress Studies (PATSS) 

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