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Bio

Bio


Lluvia (Jyou-be-uh) is a Clinical Research Coordinator at Stanford's Systems Neuroscience and Pain Lab (SNAPL), investigating the efficacy of a behavioral class for reducing opioid use among chronic pain patients. Her purpose is to assist people by providing them with resources to feel more connected/embodied and in the Fall of 2022, she will pursue her Master's degree in Occupational Therapy.

In her spare time, she teaches yoga on Sundays with YogaX at Stanford Psychiatry, goes on hikes near the redwoods, and spends time with her loved ones.

Education & Certifications


  • B.S., Psychology, San Jose State University, Clinical Psychology and Neuroscience; Minor in Applied Computing for Behavioral and Social Sciences (2019)

Publications

All Publications


  • Comparative efficacy of a single-session "Empowered Relief" videoconference-delivered group intervention for chronic pain: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial. Trials Ziadni, M. S., Anderson, S. R., Gonzalez-Castro, L., Darnall, B. D. 2021; 22 (1): 358

    Abstract

    BACKGROUND: Chronic pain is naturally aversive and often distressing for patients. Pain coping and self-regulatory skills have been shown to effectively reduce pain-related distress and other symptoms. In this trial, the primary goal is to pilot test the comparative efficacy of a single-session videoconference-delivered group pain education class to a waitlist control among patients with chronic pain.METHODS: Our study is a randomized clinical trial pilot testing the superiority of our 2-h single-session videoconference-delivered group pain education class against a waitlist control. We will enroll 120 adult patients with mixed etiology chronic pain and randomize 1:1 to one of the two study arms. We hypothesize superiority for the pain education class for bolstering pain and symptom management. Team researchers masked to treatment assignment will assess the outcomes up to 3 months post-treatment.DISCUSSION: This study aims to test the utility of a single-session videoconference-delivered group pain education class to improve self-regulation of pain and pain-related outcomes. Findings from our project have the potential to significantly reduce barriers to effective psychological treatment for pain, optimizing the delivery of increasingly vital online and remote-delivered intervention options.TRIAL REGISTRATION: ClinicalTrials.gov NCT04546685 . Registered on 04 September 2020.

    View details for DOI 10.1186/s13063-021-05303-8

    View details for PubMedID 34022930

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