I am writing to request your assistance with a research study investigating counselors-in-training perceived wellness, social supports, stress, and exposure to adverse childhood experiences. The research is titled, “Understanding Counseling Students Exposure to Adverse Childhood Experiences and Social Supports: The Impact on Wellness and Perceived Burnout”. We are focusing our research on counseling students enrolled in CACREP accredited programs who identify as counseling (Rehabilitation,Marriage and Family Counseling, College, School, Clinical Mental Health, Addictions, and Career) students.
This study is being conducted by Dr. Maggie Parker, a faculty member from the Graduate Studies of Education and Human Development at The George Washington University, and Doctoral students Catherine Kelly, Angela Pezzella, and Aliya Subhit. Your students' participation will benefit the counseling community by providing information on counselor-in-trainings’ roles of adverse childhood experiences and social support on counselor-in-training’s wellness and burnout. Please find the recruitment letter attached: https://columbiangwu.co1.qualtrics.com/CP/File.php?F=F_6sszLLxiDbPcJp3. Click or tap if you trust this link." style="margin: 0px; padding: 0px; border: 0px; font: inherit; vertical-align: baseline;">Recruitment letter for aces and counselor burnout research.
If students would like to participate in the study, they can click on the link below:
We greatly appreciate you and your students' help!
Dr. Maggie Parker, Catherine Kelly, Angela Pezzella, and Aliya Subhit