PMS and Couple Relationships
20 Apr 2012
Renewal of research – your help needed
Last year we posted information about research being undertaken by Zoe Starnawski at City University. She is resuming her study after taking time off to have her baby. She was delighted with the response last time and we hope that her request for partcipants will again be fruitful.
Do you experience PMS?
- - Do you feel agitated and restless?
- - Do you get angry and feel ‘out of control'?
Do you meet the following criteria?
- You are a woman aged 18 or over
- You or your partner feels you experience moderate to severe PMS
- You have been living with your partner for no less than 1 year
If so you may be interested in participating in a study looking at the experiences of couples when one partner is experiencing PMS
I am a trainee Counselling Psychologist completing a Professional Doctorate in Counselling Psychology at City University who is interested in how PMS symptoms may affect heterosexual couples' relationships. The study will involve couple interviews which will be conducted confidentially.
If you and your partner are interested in participating, or would simply like to find out more, please contact
Zoe Starnawski on email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or mobile: 07749109724
I look forward to hearing from you
This study is part of a thesis for City University, London, School of Social Sciences, Department of Psychology, Professional Doctorate of Counselling Psychology. This research is under the supervision of Maggie Mills (email: email@example.com)