You are invited to take part in a research study to explore the self-assessment and beliefs of pre-licensed psychotherapists. Before you decide to take part in the study, it is important that you understand what the research is for and what you will be asked to do. Please take time to read the following information and discuss with others if you wish.
It is up to you to decide whether or not to take part. If you decide to take part, you can click to begin this survey. You can change your mind at any time while completing the survey by closing the window.
What is the purpose of this study?
This research will explore the beliefs of pre-licensed psychotherapists and graduate students when it comes to process and outcome psychotherapy research. Similar research has been conducted exploring the beliefs of licensed psychotherapists and we are interesting in building knowledge from pre-licensed clinicians.
Why have I been invited to participate in this study?
You have been invited as you are either a pre-licensed psychotherapist or a graduate student enrolled in a social work, psychology, counselling, marriage and family therapy or another psychotherapy graduate program.
What does this study involve?
If you agree to participate, you will be asked to complete an online survey, which can take less than 10-15 minutes. The questions you will be asked relate to the benefit of psychotherapy services and factors contributing to outcomes. No identifiable information will be collected from you.