Goal setting for people with an acquired brain injury: a research study

Have you had a brain injury or stroke? Are you over 18? Can you understand and communicate your ideas in English?

If so, you are invited to take part in a research study that will help you set goals that matter to you.

What is the study about?

My name is Maggie and I am a Trainee Clinical Psychologist at Royal Holloway University.

I am running a research project that aims to improve the goal-setting process to make it more helpful for people with a brain injury.

What will it Involve?

I am looking for people with a brain injury living in the community.

You will be invited to two sessions: a 1-1.5 hours goal-setting session and a shorter check-in session two weeks later. These will be online, or at a location convenient to you if you live in or around London.

We will ask you to work towards set goals between these sessions.

If you decide to take part there will be a prize draw once recruitment has finished, with one £10 voucher, two £20 vouchers and one £50 voucher available.

How Can I Register my Interest?

If you are interested in participating or have any questions you can either call Maggie on 07761 969 275 or email me on magdalini.karanasiou.2020@live.rhul.ac.uk.

You can also visit www.bit.ly/3Nx0k5X to read more information about the study.