Sophie Landmann is undertaking a Doctorate in Counselling Psychology at the University of Wolverhampton. She would like to invite trainee as well as qualified practitioners to participate in her online study:
Do British therapists work differently than German therapists? – A comparison between British and German therapists towards initial client contact and employed therapeutic proceedings
Have you ever wondered how UK practice compares to that of other countries? This is the first study to look at the differences and similarities of therapist perceptions and actions when engaging with clients. It will compare the practice of British and German practitioners.
This is an online study consisting of vignettes with open and closed questions and a reaction task. It will take approx. 40 min to complete (breaks may be taken). The data is collected anonymously and stored securely.
You are eligible to participate, if:
– You are a Counselling/Clinical Psychologist (in training) OR a Counsellor (in training)
– You are British (raised in the UK)
– You did/are doing your training in the UK
This research has been approved under the procedures of the University of Wolverhampton Ethics Committee and is being supervised by Dr Josephine Chen-Wilson and Dr Maria Bisconti.
Your participation will be greatly appreciated. If you would like to participate, please follow this link: https://wolverhamptonpsych.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_bIzBzjvavjbJh77.
For questions please contact the researcher, Sophie Landmann: firstname.lastname@example.org.