Weill Cornell Medicine is currently enrolling patients in an IRB approved, Department of Defense funded, randomized controlled clinical trial which will examine the comparative efficacy of two treatments for military sexual trauma (MST)-related posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in male and female military personnel and veterans. MST survivors from Vietnam era to current OIF/OEF/OND era between the ages of 18 and 70 may be eligible to participate.
Eligible participants will be randomized to receive a 10-14-week treatment consisting of either prolonged exposure therapy (PE) or interpersonal therapy (IPT). The intervention is free and eligible individuals will be compensated for all completed assessments (up to a total of $325). Locations available in Upper East Side and White Plains (Free parking in White Plains).Read more
The Boston VA is seeking participants for a telehealth research study on veterans experiencing regret, remorse or guilt. Participants must be 18 or older.
Your participation will take approximately 4 months and all appointments will be online.
Participation will include:
an initial interview (takes about 2-3 hours)
if you are eligible, 6 weekly therapy sessions with your therapist (1.5 hours)
two follow up interviews (2 hours each visit)
In total, you will be asked to attend 10 appointments over a 4-month period.
You will receive $120 for your participation.
The Weill Cornell Medicine Program for Anxiety and Traumatic Stress Studies (PATSS) is seeking participants for a research study on Military Sexual Trauma-related PTSD.
Participants will be compensated for their participation for all completed assessments (up to a total $325) in addition to receiving free PTSD intervention.Read more
Mental Illness Research Education, Clinical, Centers of Excellence (MIRECC) Researchers are recruiting eligible veterans to participate in a research study on Dialectical Behavior Therapy for Justice-Involved Veterans (DBT-J).
DBT-J is an experimental treatment designed to help veterans address thoughts, behaviors, emotions, and circumstances that increase risk of criminal behavior and interfere with mental health. Over 16 weeks, participants learn helpful strategies for reaching goals, managing intense emotions, and improving relationships.Read more
The James J. Peters VA Medical Center is looking for healthy veterans as well as veterans who are living with bipolar disorder to participate in a study that aims to better understand brain function in health and bipolar disorder. Participants will be reimbursed up to $575 for their time.Read more
The James J. Peters VA Medical Center is looking for veterans ages 18-65 for a study looking at participants with and without a history of head injury. The goal is to understand how a head injury may affect mental health and impulsivity. Participants will be compensated $225 for this one time study.Read more
Weill Cornell Program for Anxiety & Traumatic Stress Studies (PATSS), New York Presbyterian Military Family Wellness Center, and the Research Foundation of The City University of New York (RF CUNY) are conducting a research study on opinions of veteran mental health care. The goal of this study is to learn from the opinioins of veterans in NYC on topics of military mental health, access to care, both positive and negative experiences, stigma, and other military mental health-related issues to help improve thier outreach and public education at New York Presbyterian's Military Family Wellness Center through its community partnerships.Read more