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DATE RAPE STUDY
Sharing your experience could save another victim.

RESEARCH STUDY

BE OUR EXPERT.

We are collecting data for future therapeutic practices. Your thoughts on if forgiveness can impact a survivor of date rape overcome trauma.


Your input may help future survivors.

THE STUDY - We hope to learn if forgiveness may be used as a therapeutic tool to aid in the healing process of psychological trauma from Date Rape.**

Informed consent will be obtained to participate in this important study.
Confidentiality will be maintained: Risks to participant are minimal.

The study involves a demographic questionnaire and semi structured interview, which lasts no longer than an hour and half. Initial interview and a follow up interview will be thirty minutes with the interview.
Behavioral health referral will be provided for participants upon request - This is a REAL and important study to help others in the future.

All participants will be compensated $50 for their time and effort in this research study.


If you are interested in becoming a participant in the research study please contact:
Doctoral Student:
Shemetra James
PSYD Trainee e mail: Lachell73@aol.com


Antioch University Santa Barbara
602 Anacapa St.
Santa Barbara, Calif. 93101



The Project is being supervised by Dr. Ron Pilato, Psychology Chair at Antioch University and approved by the Antioch University Santa Barbara Institutional Research Board.



** - Study is for citizens of the United States only at this time.


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