Understanding which thinking styles play a role in wellbeing after stroke (research)

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Researchers from The University of Sheffield are currently looking for stroke survivors to complete an online survey, as part of a study about the roles of different thinking styles in wellbeing after stroke.

People who have had a stroke can experience decreases in their wellbeing. Evidence suggests that people in the general population who have more self-compassion or psychological flexibility report increased feelings of wellbeing.

However, there is not much research about whether this is the case for people who have had a stroke. This study aims to investigate if stroke survivors who have more self-compassion or psychological flexibility report increased feelings of wellbeing.

To learn more or to take part please go to https://tinyurl.com/strokewellbeingstudy

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For more information please contact the lead researcher, Tom Oliani, Trainee Clinical Psychologist via email: t.oliani@sheffield.ac.uk

Participant information sheet (PDF 163 KB)