We hope our message finds you well. We are researchers at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, University of Detroit Mercy, and University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and we are conducting a research study entitled “A Path Analysis of Cultural Humility Between Multicultural Awareness, Knowledge, and Skills and Social Issues Advocacy among Master’s Counseling Students”. For the purpose of the study, we are intending to explore the extent to which cultural humility mediates the relationship between multicultural knowledge, attitudes and beliefs, skills and social issues advocacy.
To be eligible for this study, you must identify with the following inclusion criteria:
- Must be 18 years or older
- Must be currently enrolled in a CACREP-accredited Master’s program in counseling or counselor education
- Must have completed a multicultural counseling course
- Must be currently enrolled in practicum or internship
If you choose to take part in this study, you will take part in a Qualtrics survey of approximately 15-25 minutes. In the following link, you will be able to view the electronic informed consent and proceed to the survey questions once you confirm review of the informed consent.
To compensate you for your time, you may elect to enter a drawing for a $25 gift card by entering your email address at the end of the survey. A total of 15 participants will be selected randomly to receive the incentive.
This study has been approved by The University of North Carolina at Greensboro Office of Research Integrity [IRB-FY21-98]. If you have any concerns about your rights, how you are being treated, concerns or complaints about this project or benefits or risks associated with being in this study please contact the Office of Research Integrity at UNCG toll-free at (855)-251-2351.
Thank you very much for your gracious time and consideration to support this study!
Christian D. Chan, PhD, NCC
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Assistant Professor, Department of Counseling and Educational Development, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Tahani Dari, PhD, LPC (MI), LSC, NCC
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Assistant Professor, Department of Counseling and Addiction Studies, University of Detroit Mercy
Ching-Chen Chen, EdD, NCC
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Associate Professor, Department of Counselor Education, School Psychology, and Human Services, University of Nevada, Las Vegas