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Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) – Information and a Brief Survey

Post Date:05/01/2018

PTSD, or Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is a reality for millions of Americans. Characterized by both physical and psychological symptoms, this disorder can be debilitating in ways that are thought to rival those of even the most traumatic of physical injuries and the most aggressive physiological diseases. But what happens if the source of your trauma has no name, no face, and perhaps even no known point of origin? Have you ever asked yourself, “Is my trauma any less real”?

Would you like to help advance the knowledge and scope of scientific research? Your participation in a brief survey may provide insight which may help you and others like you who may be struggling to find the answers to these questions while dealing with the burdens of this disease, however have yet to be diagnosed or to receive treatment. By clicking on the link below, you will be consenting to participate in a brief survey that seeks to offer help for millions just like you.

*Please note that participation in the aforementioned research requires that participants meet the inclusion criteria (1) an adult, 18 years or older, and (2) have no current documented history of mental illness. The research, to be performed by the Capella Learner, Vanessa Stubbs, is a requirement, and is necessary for the fulfillment of Doctoral studies with Capella University. Any and all information gathered and resulting analysis will be used to examine the origins, nature and effects of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Additional questions regarding this study and/or criteria regarding participation should be directed to

 Click here to take a brief survey.

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