The Science Behind
and Building Resiliency
At the Benson-Henry Institute, we strive to further our understanding of stress and mind body medicine.
Resiliency Intervention for Parents of Children with Learning Disabilities
Researchers at the Benson-Henry Institute for Mind Body Medicine are conducting a research study to learn about stress and coping among parents of children with specific learning disabilities. If you are parent of an elementary school-aged child with learning disabilities, we want to talk to you. Your input will help inform the design of a new Resiliency Program for Parents of Children with Specific Learning Disabilities.
Purpose and Benefits
We want to talk to you about stress and coping. Your input will help shape a Resiliency Program for Parents of Children with Learning Disabilities. You will be compensated $25 for your time and expertise.
If you join this study, you will be asked to:
- Fill out a short survey about your background
- Take part in a 60-90 minute focus group, in-person or via the web
- Complete an anonymous, online survey after the focus group
Who Can Participate
Parents of young/elementary school-aged children with specific learning disabilities are encouraged to take part.
How to join
If you are interested in participating, or if you would like to learn more about this study, please contact Emma Chad-Friedman at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617.643.6036.
Stressed and Dealing with Atrial Fibrillation Symptoms?
The Benson-Henry Institute for Mind Body Medicine at the Massachusetts General Hospital is evaluating the impact of its mind-body program on patients with Atrial Fibrillation symptoms.
Study participation involves:
- A 9-week mind-body group program
- 3, 1 ½ hour data collection visits
- 60 minute evaluation with a study clinician
- This study does not involve taking medication