Join us for a virtual Research Roundtable with CFTE leadership and our research partners
March 14th, 2024 at 10AM Eastern Time
(A recording will be available for all who register)Register Here
In December, 2023, the largest, most robust randomized controlled trial of TCTSY was published in JAMA Network Open. This ground breaking research indicated that TCTSY was as effective as the gold standard of care for United States military veterans and that people preferred TCTSY to Cognitive Processing Therapy.
In this panel conversation, free and open to the public, members of the research team will talk about the data but also what’s behind the data: insights gleaned from the 10-year project; stories about putting the project together and obtaining funding; dealing with a global pandemic right in the middle of data collection; and ideas for what might come next.
250 million people around the world will experience complex trauma & PTSD this year.
Center for Trauma & Embodiment at JRI is a global health initiative dedicated to helping survivors of trauma. Each year, our services and programs reach over 30,000 people in more than 40 countries, territories, and First Nations.
Help us reach 50,000 people in 2024!
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"Complex trauma, the binary, violence, rejection and discrimination, erasure...these are all forces that land in my body as a trans survivor. For myself and in my work with other trans and nonbinary survivors, I need tools that can help tend the wounds of both relational and social injustice trauma. As a model, TCTSY is providing so much of what I need to support whole people in trauma healing.”
TCTSY Participant, 2022
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