EASE Research – call for donations

At present there is a huge need for research on the effectiveness of the Somatic Experiencing approach.

The Danish Research Committee has now, in collaboration with EASE, prepared a research project on the effectiveness of Somatic Experiencing in reducing Posttraumatic Stress symptoms, and enhancing mental health wellbeing for young adults and adults.

By the present study the Researchers want to prove the effectiveness of SE by using a naturalistic client centered method of examination based on practice, rather than an approach based on the method. The aim is to create practice based evidence where the focus is on the effectiveness of the approach, which the therapist find most appropriate for the specific client.

Research is expensive and all donations are welcome!

Thank you to the SE Research Coalition and Michael Changaris for setting up a Donations Account
to support the fantastic volunteer efforts of the European Somatic Experiencing Research Group!