Stanford Researchers Launch New Study for PTSD

The National Institutes of Health is funding a new study for Stanford researchers seeking the effect of psychotherapy for PTSD. The researchers will use a non-invasive brain imaging technique to determine why psychotherapy is so successful in treating people suffering from PTSD. By understand how and why psychotherapy is such a successful treatment model, treatment providers will be able to modify and individualize their treatment plans for the specific person they are treating.

The researchers are looking for volunteers, and can be contacted at standfordpsychiatry@gmail.com or (650) 725-9510. 

For more information, please visit http://www.huffingtonpost.com/craig-newmark/stanford-researchers-do-b_b_855571.html.

If you suffer from PTSD and were recently had your disability claim denied by VA, please visit Bergmann & Moore online at www.vetlawyers.com or call toll-free at (877) 838-2889.

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