Testing a Body-functionality Intervention for Body Image in
Individuals With Skin Conditions (written exercise)
**Global online written HS study - Anyone over the age 18 can participate**
Recruitment Status: Recruiting
Estimated Study Completion Date: March 2021
HS Connect listed this: January 2021
Sponsor: University of Sheffield
Information provided by (Responsible Party): University of Sheffield
Brief Summary: 'Expand Your Horizons', a self-help writing intervention that seeks to train individuals to focus on what their body can do (functionality) rather than what it looks like (appearance), has produced promising results in improving body image. However, it has not been adapted and trialled in populations with conditions affecting skin appearance. This research therefore seeks to evaluate the potential for 'Expand Your Horizons' to (1) improve body image, as measured by body and functionality appreciation; and (2) improve skin-specific outcome, as measure by skin-shame, dermatology and quality of life, in a population with dermatological conditions, using a Randomised Control Trail.
Please link for complete details: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT04445974
Location: This is a global online study. Anyone over 18 years of age can participate.
To participate in this written study please contact Contact: Kate V Adkins, PhD Email: email@example.com
Contact Information: Department of Psychology, University of Sheffield
Contact: Kate V Adkins, PhD Email: