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Below are opportunities to participate in research.  TPA is not endorsing these research projects, but has agreed to post information to our website when contacted with a request. 



My name is Chelsea Randall and I am a fifth year doctoral student at Antioch University Seattle. I am reaching out with the hope of recruiting participants from your organization for my IRB approved dissertation research. My target populations are fully licensed mental health counselors, LMFTs, and psychologists (PsyDs or PhDs). 


My survey assesses therapist attitudes toward romantic relationships and takes less than 15 minutes to complete. Upon completion of the survey, participants have the option of entering their email address in a drawing to win one of two $50 Visa gift cards. Contact information for the optional drawing will be entered on a separate page and will not be connected to the participant’s survey response. 


Please find the study survey at the following link: You are welcome to forward this email and survey link on to other licensed mental health professionals and professional psychology mailing lists.

If you have any questions, you may contact me directly at or my faculty advisor, Dr. Christopher Heffner at

Thank you for your time,

Chelsea Randall, MA, LMHCA
Doctoral Student, Clinical Psychology
Antioch University Seattle





Are you a behavioral, mental, or health care professional who treats or has treated individual(s) with a disability who also engage in challenging behaviors?


Anonymously share your experiences, knowledge, and satisfaction or burnout in treating persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities who engage in challenging behaviors by following the link below:


Note: this study is approved by the IRB at Vanderbilt University


Questions? Email




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Study title: Secondary Traumatic Stress and Spiritual Practices Among U.S. Psychologists: A Quantitative Study


IRB Approval #: 06-05-20-0676648 (Walden University)


The purpose of this study is to explore the mitigating role of spiritual-based self-care practices on U.S. psychologists’ secondary traumatic stress.  All licensed, practicing psychologists, regardless of their religious identity, specialization or work setting are strongly encouraged to participate in this study.  Through this brief, 5-minute survey, you will provide basic demographic information (age, gender, race/ethnicity, work setting, and specialization) and evaluate your professional quality of life.  Participation is completely voluntary and confidential.  You will not be asked to provide any identifiable information.


Thank you, honestly, for your interest and participation in my study!  To complete the survey, click here.







Luis R. Sanchez, MS

Doctoral Student in Clinical Psychology

Walden University

(641) 750-1491


Dear Tennessee Psychological Association,


Your members are invited to participate in research on Collaboration Factors Between Psychologists and Primary Care Physicians (PCPs).  Psychologist perspectives on collaboration with PCPs have received little research attention, yet collaboration between psychological and medical professionals is increasingly emphasized.  Participation may help inform collaboration training and practice for both disciplines. 


This research is being conducted by Jessica Aaron, a doctoral student at Fielding Graduate University.  This study is approved by the IRB at that institution.  Participation will require approximately 15 minutes, and consists of taking two online surveys.  Participants in this study must be licensed psychologists in either Canada or the U.S., and must work with individual clients in some capacity.  Psychologists whose professional activities do not include interactions with individual clients (such as those who solely work as professors, administrators, or researchers) are ineligible.  Participation in health-specific areas of psychology is not required. 


Please consider sending this invitation to your members if any might meet the participation criteria and be willing to participate in this research.  They can access the informed consent information and study items by clicking the link below.


Thank you for your time and consideration.  I understand that you likely receive many requests for psychologist research participation, so please let me know if there is a more formal submission process, or if more information is needed. 




Jessica Aaron, MS

Ph.D. Student in Clinical Psychology

Fielding Graduate University

Washington State Psychological Association Student Member



Dear Provider,


I am a graduate student in the Department of Clinical Psychology at Southern Illinois University Carbondale conducting a study on factors related to treatment choices among child mental health professionals who practice in rural communities. 


The purpose of the enclosed survey is to explore the clinician and agency/practice factors that influence treatment decisions and the implementation of new therapy approaches. You were selected to participate in this study because of your affiliation with the Tennessee Psychological Association. This study is open for clinicians who have provided therapy services to at least one child in the past six months and who currently practice in a rural area. The survey is completely anonymous and will take around 25-30 minutes to complete. Only the people directly involved with this project will have access to the surveys. Completion and return of this survey indicate voluntary consent to participate in this study.


To access the survey, click here:


If you know of other service providers in your area or have colleagues who may be interested in participating, please feel free to forward the survey link to them. The more people who complete this study, the more information we will know about this important issue!


Questions about this study can be directed to me ( or to my supervising professor, Dr. Karla Fehr, Department of Psychology, SIUC, Carbondale, IL 62901-6502. Phone (618) 453-3554. Email


Thank you for taking the time to assist me in this research.


Bethany Leraas


This project has been reviewed and approved by the SIUC Human Subjects Committee. Questions concerning your rights as a participant in this research may be addressed to the Committee Chairperson, Office of Sponsored Projects Administration, SIUC, Carbondale, IL 62901-4709. Phone: (618) 453-4533. Email:







I am a clinical psychology doctoral student enrolled at William James College. I am recruiting participants for my doctoral project, focusing on psychologists’ expectations of patient performance. This study has been approved by William James College’s IRB. 


Individuals who meet the following criteria are invited to participate;

·      Hold a doctorate in a psychology-related field

·      Currently licensed to practice as a psychologist within the United States or its Territories (e.g., Puerto Rico, American Samoa, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, U.S. Virgin Islands, etc.)

·      Spend at least 25% of their work time performing assessment-related activities (e.g., administration, scoring, report writing, feedback, etc.)

·      Who are at least 18 years of age

If you could please take the time to fill out a quick and anonymous survey, it would be greatly appreciated. If you have any problems accessing the survey or any questions during or after the study, please contact me at:


As a thank you for your time, participants can enter into a raffle to win one of three $100 gift cards.

To access the survey, please follow this link:


Thank you! 



Katelyn Yunes, MS


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