Mindfulness-Based Relapse Prevention and Stress Reactivity in Alcohol Dependent Individuals: A Pilot Study- #16363

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Mindfulness-Based Relapse Prevention and Stress Reactivity in Alcohol Dependent Individuals: A Pilot Study- #16363

The purpose of the study is to research mindfulness techniques- a type of meditation- to see if these practices help reduce alcohol consumption and prevent relapse.  The study involves psychological assessment and eight weekly two-hour group therapy sessions, all of which are provided free of charge.  Monetary compensation up to $120 is provided for this study.  The study requires a total of 12 visits over a period of 24 weeks.

 

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