Current Research Trials & Projects
The Psychological Services Center also provides a space for clinical research trials conducted by graduate students and clinical faculty. Participation is voluntary. Any services to which you are entitled through the PSC will not be withheld if you choose not to participate in a research study. However, data contained in your file are available for archival research (i.e., reviews of records to describe clinic referrals, outcomes, and trends) as long as your identity cannot be linked to the data used.
If you enroll in our clinic as a study participant, your services at our facility are then contingent on participation in the study. If you choose not to continue with a study, an appropriate referral will be made.
The INSPIRE Project
If you suffer from bulimia nervosa and are interested in seeking treatment, Drexel University's INSPIRE Project, is looking for volunteers to participate in their free treatment outcome study. The INSPIRE project compares a novel, acceptance-based behavioral treatment for bulimia nervosa to an existing behavioral treatment. Study participants must be 18 or over, meet criteria for a primary diagnosis of bulimia nervosa, and receive medical clearance from their PCP for participation in an outpatient treatment study.
If you are interested, please call 215.553.7137 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to receive more information.
Information about current trials will be posted below when we are actively recruiting participants.