You can help build the GRMT evidence base as an effective mental health intervention
Are you actively involved in research? Are you interested in holistic approaches to mental health? Are you interested in mindfulness and respiration? Maybe you would like to consider GRMT as a research topic. Download and read the research articles on the 'About GRMT' page to get familiar with the area.
- Get involved in GRMT training outcome and therapist acceptance research
- Interested in clinical effectiveness research? You can help build the evidence base whether its focus is depression and anxiety, post-traumatic stress, borderline personality disorder, and so on.
- Evaluate GRMT against other treatment options with demonstrated effectiveness
- Help to better understand the mechanisms or processes of change through which GRMT brings about positive outcomes
- Design your thesis to include evaluation of GRMT
- Guided Respiration Mindfulness Therapy is a new clinical breathwork approach and as is the case with all new or modified approaches, there are plenty of questions to be examined.
- Make a meaningful contribution to the wellbeing of others.
Guided Respiration Mindfulness Therapy is an exciting intervention. There is alread a solid empirical foundation from which to build on with further research.
It has received a high level of acceptance from both therapists and clients.
It makes for a rewarding area of research.
Contact Dr Lloyd Lalande to discuss your ideas, available support and resources!