Are you a therapist who incorporates social justice into your practice?

Invitation for Participation: UK Therapists’ Stories of Social Justice in Counselling Practice

Purpose of the Study: Building on the understanding of what incorporating and considering social justice looks like for therapists in the UK. This study is interested in the experience of becoming a therapist who incorporates social justice in their practice, understanding personal and professional journeys and what it looks like, and exploring its current context.

Participation Overview: Take part in a one-hour interview, discussing your personal and professional journey of incorporating social justice into psychotherapy/counselling. With your consent, interviews will be audio and video recorded, and the researcher will take notes. All data gathered during this study will be held securely and anonymously.

Project Title: "Stories of Social Justice in Practice"

Aim of Study: Your story is crucial in enhancing our understanding of personal and professional journeys, illuminating the current landscape.

Requirements:

  • are you a practising therapist in the UK?
  • have you been a therapist for at least a year?
  • do you feel you incorporate social justice in your practice?
  • willingness to partake in a semi-structured interview detailing your journey to incorporating social justice.

Register Your Interest: Kindly register your interest in taking part by accessing the survey link provided below.

🔗 Survey Link: Register Now

Or for any inquiries, kindly contact Dezrika Ramsey, MA Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy.

📧 Email: ramseyd@roehamptom.ac.uk