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September 18, 2020 - DePaul University
Greetings, my name is Autumn Cabell, Ph.D., LPC, CCC, NCC. I am an Assistant Professor of Counseling at DePaul University. I am inviting you to participate in research about school counselors' experiences supporting underrepresented high school students' STEM career aspirations and interests. Participation in this study will involve a 30-45 minute interview about your experience.
To be eligible for participation in this study, you must be a school counselor or school counseling intern who has worked in a high school within the past two years. This study is voluntary and your confidentiality will be maintained. If you are interested in participating in this study please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This study was approved by the DePaul University Institutional Review Board (IRB-2020-107).
August 30, 2020 - Wake Forest University
Research Invitation: Counselors and counseling in 2020
As you know firsthand, those in the counseling community are in a challenging position in that they are helping others to cope and heal while also coping themselves with the intersection of the COVID-19 pandemic and ongoing systemic injustice and discrimination including xenophobia, racism, and racial violence in the US. In order to inform strategies to support counselors and student counselors, we want to learn about counselors’ and counseling students’ personal and professional/academic experiences during 2020, including experiences related to both COVID-19 and systemic injustice, and how those experiences may differ by some aspects of culture, identity, and circumstance.
Follow this link for more information about the study and/or read below.
Our Study: In this IRB approved study, we use a secure anonymous online survey to ask participants questions about topics including demographics, COVID-19, injustice and discrimination, current circumstances, basic needs, counseling practice and training, mental health, ambivalence, compassion, stress, secondary trauma, and burnout.
Our Team: Dr. Jamie E. Crockett is an Assistant Professor and Dr. Nathaniel Ivers is an Associate Professor in the Department of Counseling at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
Participation: If you are a counselor (post master’s) or a counseling student (master’s or doctoral level), we are asking that you please consider participating in this research study. If you choose to participate, you will complete an anonymous online survey that will take approximately 15-30 minutes to complete. If you begin the survey and do not wish to complete it, you may discontinue your participation at any time without penalty by closing your browser window.
Follow this link for more information on the study or contact Dr. Jamie E. Crockett at email@example.com or 336-758-1961.