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A therapists' perspective: Exploring the experience of perceived similarity and dissimilarity in the therapeutic relationship

Genevieve Quartey

Hello!

I am a Clinical Psychologist in Training at the University of Bath currently recruiting participants for my main research project exploring a therapist's perception of perceived familiarity and unfamiliarity in therapy.

Why do this piece of research?

To date, research shows us that the identity of the therapist and person and/or system accessing therapy, is important for therapy outcomes, but there is a lack of research exploring how therapists perceive and work with "difference or unfamiliarity" related to identity e.g., personal experience, sexuality, sexual orientation, ethnicity, and the like. To provide equitable healthcare, it is important to understand how a therapist works with perceived unfamiliarity to enable effective, inclusive, and accessible quality of care.

Who can complete the study?

I am currently looking for UK qualified Clinical Psychologists to complete this study.

What do I have to do?

You can simply click on the online survey link or scan the QR code below to complete the anonymous survey. You will only need to complete this once and you can stop partway through if you change your mind or would like a break. However, please be aware that your responses will still be recorded if you choose to withdraw.

Survey link: https://bathpsychology.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_d0cSjuMpNDqCN0i

Have any more questions?

If you have any further questions about the study, please email me on: gq207@bath.ac.uk. I am always happy to answer any queries!

Thank you so much in advance.

Your survey responses will be marked as incomplete after about a few months if it is not completed straight away. After this time has passed, your response will be recorded as it is, or will be deleted. Please remember to fully complete the survey to prevent not being able to return to the survey. You might need to enable cookies on your browser to pick up where you left off!

Genevieve Quartey, Clinical Psychologist in Training, University of Bath (Supervised by Dr Vuokko Wallace and Dr Leda Blackwood)

Study end date - 30 November 2022

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