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Are "altered states" a part of your practice?
Research study on clinicians' attitudes and perceptions of altered states of consciousness
Your participation is respectfully requested to complete an on-line survey questionnaire regarding clinicians' attitudes and perceptions of altered states of consciousness in psychotherapy. This survey is part of a doctoral research project on clinicians' recognition, experience and possible uses of altered states of consciousness in psychotherapy practice.
If you are a licensed practitioner in the field of clinical and/or counseling psychology, whether or not you are currently practicing, your participation in this study would be greatly appreciated. Your participation is fully anonymous — no personal identifying information will be used in the study. Participation is easy and should take approximately 15 to 30 minutes of your time to complete. It is my hope that this research will contribute to further investigation of 'altered states' and psychotherapy.
Complete the survey; you will be automatically redirected to an informed consent page before choosing to partake in the online survey questionnaire. Please do pass this announcement along to others who you feel may qualify.
Thank you for your interest and participation. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me.
Stephanie Mishevski, Doctoral Candidate, Clinical Psychology
Southeast Florida Institute for Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy (SEFIPP)
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