$Eligible participants will be offered compensation

Participate in research on REASSURANCE SEEKING! ($)

  • Street: 7141 Sherbrooke St West (**or online via video call**)
  • City: Montreal
  • Privince/State: Quebec
  • Country: Canada
  • Zip/Postal Code: H4B1R6
  • Listed: October 16, 2017 4:40 pm
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Participate in research on REASSURANCE SEEKING! ($)

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PARTICIPATE IN A BRIEF THERAPY INTERVENTION ON REASSURANCE SEEKING!
**For contact information, please see bottom of posting!**

1) Do you seek reassurance from other people (for example, asking “Did I really lock the door?”; “Did you see me turn off the stove?”) about the same thing every day? Does your reassurance seeking bother you? Would you like to decrease your reassurance seeking?

AND

2) Do you currently experience recurrent, persistent thoughts, images, or urges that feel intrusive and/or unwanted and that may cause you anxiety or distress, but that you can’t stop from entering your mind? Do you currently engage in any repetitive behaviour or mental acts that you feel driven to perform in order to feel less anxious or distressed, or to prevent something bad from happening? Do the thoughts and/or actions take up a significant amount of your time, or get in the way of daily activities?

If you answered “yes” to some or all of the above, and speak English on a daily basis, you may be eligible for a brief intervention research study, aimed to help people reduce how often they seek reassurance from other people! The study includes one full session of cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT) as well as two follow-up CBT visits, free of charge.

The study takes 5 weeks to complete from start to finish and involves a total of 4 appointments with the researcher – with options to participate IN PERSON or ONLINE (via video call)! Participants are also asked to allow the researcher to contact someone they often seek reassurance from by phone/video call briefly for the purposes of the study.

Financial compensation will be offered to eligible participants!
This study has received ethical approval through the Office of Research, Concordia University.

**For more information, please contact Rachael at the Anxiety and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorders Laboratory, Concordia University!**
Phone: 514-848-2424 ext. 5965
Email: r_neal@live.concordia.ca

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