Building Emotional Self-awareness Teletherapy (BEST): A Tool to Optimize Psychological Health Outcomes for Persons with Traumatic Brain Injury

December 15 2022

Indiana University School of Medicine is conducting a study to find out if a remotely delivered educational training program about emotions can help people have better emotional health after a concussion or mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI).

You may eligible if you:
– Are 18 years or older
– Have had a concussion or mTBI at least 6 months ago
(or longer)
– Have access to high-speed internet and a device
capable of videoconference

What the study involves:
• 4 remote assessment visits with surveys on emotions
and mood. Assessment visits will last approximately
60-120 minutes
• 8 one-on-one teletherapy training sessions to enhance
emotional skills. Teletherapy sessions will last
approximately 60-90 minutes
• Participation in this study will last approximately 6
• Participants may be eligible to receive compensation
for their time.

If you are interested in study participation and/or would like to find out more about it, we encourage you to learn more here You may contact the study team at (317) 329-2380 or email us at