Bisexual Women's Experiences Study

The Bisexual Women's Experiences Study investigates how the unique stress faced by bisexual women in the form of binegativity and anti-bisexual prejudice, influences bisexual women's risk for and recovery from potentially traumatic experiences. The Bisexual Women's Experiences Study is now closed for recruitment. Check back for a summary of the results!

Women's Experience of Shame Study

The Women's Experience of Shame Study investigates how exposure to sexual trauma may impact women's experiences of shame, and additionally, how different types of shame may impact women's recovery from sexual trauma. The Women's Experience of Shame Study is now closed for recruitment. Check back for a summary of the results!

Mindfulness & Self-Compassion Study

The Mindfulness & Self-Compassion Study examines the potential association between childhood maltreatment and diminished self-compassion and mindfulness. Our current study investigates multiple types of child maltreatment, including sexual, physical, and emotional abuse, and physical and emotional neglect. Our preliminary results suggest that emotional maltreatment (childhood emotional abuse and/or neglect) may be more likely than other types of abuse to negatively impact capacity for self-compassion. 

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