Trauma Relief Unlimited

Method Effectiveness Study: Follow-up Addendum

By Christopher S. Willis Ph.D. & Robert M. Cicione LICSW

Subjects were re-evaluated by the T.R.U. therapist as a follow-up approximately 4 months (Mean=138 days, sd=13.2,range 114 to 153 days) after the final treatment session.

At follow-up subjects again reported significantly lower anger (M=43.2, SD=6.3), as compared to pre-treatment levels, t(9)=3.04, p<.05.

At follow-up subjects again reported significantly less depression (M=41.2, SD=3.7) than pre-treatment levels, t(9)=3.85, p<.01 (see table 2).

At follow-up subjects again reported significantly lower levels of posttraumatic stress (M=40.3, SD=4.6) than pre-treatment levels, t(9)=4.16, p<.01.

The difference at follow-up (M=42.1, SD=5.88 was statistically significant, t(9)=3.01, p.<.05, compared to pre-treatment levels.

At follow-up subjects reported significantly lower levels of dissociation (M=43.4, SD=3.63) compared to pre-treatment levels, t(9)=2.56, p.<.05.

Pre-, Post- and Follow-up Treatment Scores Graph attached here.

TRU-follow-up-scores