Research title: What are the experiences of Black African clients who have dropped out of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) early?
Hello. My name is Rusha Mohamed, I’m a Master’s student at the University of Hertfordshire and an accredited Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist.
I’m currently conducting a piece of research exploring Black African clients’ experiences of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). The aim of the study is to gain a better understanding of why they are dropping out of CBT treatment earlier than planned at a higher rate than people of other ethnic backgrounds. This will hopefully provide us with further insight into how to improve our services for this demographic.
I am hoping to recruit participants who are:
- Black African
- Aged 25-45
- Have had at least one treatment session of CBT and dropped out earlier than planned
- Permanently live in the Uk
- Discharged from mental health services at least one year ago
- Not currently experiencing significant mental health difficulties
Please get in touch if you meet the inclusion criteria or please share with others who may be interested in taking part.
For further information, please visit: rushamc121.wixsite.com/cbt-study