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NOTE: Enrollment for the LIFT study has ended

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The LIFT (Life Improvement Following Traumatic brain injury) study is investigating whether counseling (specifically, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy or CBT) is effective in treating problems such as difficulties with sleep, poor energy, poor concentration, low mood, loss of interest in usual activities, or changes in appetite. Researchers at the University of Washington are studying counseling because, besides treating mood, it has been shown to help all of these symptoms. Also, about one in two people with traumatic brain injury (TBI) report problems like these.

The LIFT study is funded by NIDRR and the NIH.