Trial Search Results
The BEAR Therapeutic Program for Women
The current study aims to test a novel therapeutic intervention for women who have a history of interpersonal trauma. The Building Empowerment and Resilience (BEAR) Therapeutic group incorporates psychological skills, psychoeducation, and physical empowerment training, all within a therapeutic process. It will be implemented at several different sites, with women who have experienced interpersonal trauma (physical, sexual, or emotional abuse/neglect). We aim to understand how this program effects one's self-efficacy and whether the program can reduce rates mental health problems (such as depression and anxiety) and reduce the rates of revictimization.
Stanford is currently not accepting patients for this trial.
- Behavioral: BEAR
1. Women ages 18-70
2. History of physical, sexual, and/or emotional abuse/neglect/violence, with subsequent
interpersonal or psychological distress (e.g., depression or anxiety) related to this
1. Active, significant substance abuse
2. Significant medical conditions that would preclude safe participation in the study
3. High levels of depression with significant suicide risk
4. Psychiatric instability
5. History of assaultive behavior or is judged to be at potential risk to assault others.
Ages Eligible for Study
18 Years - 70 Years
Genders Eligible for Study