We are thrilled to announce that our research article was accepted by the Journal of Anxiety Disorders.
The article, titled Cognitive behaviour therapy for specific phobia of vomiting (Emetophobia): A pilot randomized controlled trial, is available online now, and you may access it for free until September 15, 2016.
Would you like to participate in a research study exploring the influence of gastrointestinal symptoms on the belief that vomiting will occur? Your participation will help advance treatment for emetophobia sufferers.
For more information, contact Anuscha Liebenberg at firstname.lastname@example.org
The study is now closed. Sign up for updates here.
We’re excited to launch our fundraising campaign at Indiegogo!
Emetophobia: Underresearched, Misunderstood and Undertreated
Millions suffer from the often-debilitating fear known as emetophobia. Despite its prevalence, it is understudied and undertreated. You can help us change that!
Please donate to help us publish our much-needed research so treatment of this widespread, serious condition can move forward.
Donations of any amount are welcome and appreciated — and we’ve created special perks for donating $10, $25, $75 or $150.
Everyone who donates at least $10 will receive a very helpful guide for finding a therapist to treat emetophobia — even if the therapist doesn’t know what it is.