Ultrabrief Behavioral Activation for Reducing Alcohol Use
We are very excited to announce that we are now recruiting for a new research study with our colleagues in the BRANE Lab for people who are interested in reducing their alcohol use. This is an all-virtual research study.
Eligible participants are randomized with a 50% chance into the group that receives a single session of psychotherapy based on behavioral activation, an evidence-based treatment for substance use disorders, pioneered by the BRANE Lab. If you are interested in learning more about the research study, we encourage you to check out the following websites for more information. Clinicaltrials.gov has the official research study listing and Research for Me at UNC is the place where you can sign up to get screened. You can always also reach out to the research team by email at email@example.com with questions about participation. The research study includes 1 phone screen and up to 5 virtual study visits and participants will be compensated up to $120 for participation.
This research study, “Ultrabrief Behavioral Activation for Reducing Alcohol Use”, has been approved by the UNC nonbiomedical IRB under #21-1369 as of 05/02/2022. PI: Dr. Daughters (firstname.lastname@example.org)