Mental Health Clinicians' Perceptions of Guided Self-Help

About this study

A study of mental health clinicians’ perspectives on Guided Self-Help psychological treatment. In this study we hope to learn about clinicians’ use of Guided Self-Help, and their perceptions regarding the barriers and facilitators of its use.

Research TeamDr Leah Brennan
InstitutionLa Trobe University
Ethics Approval NumberHEC 20198
Funding SourceN/A Honours Project
Project Start DateJuly 31, 2020
Project End DateDecember 31, 2020
ParticipantsMental Health Professionals (e.g., psychologists, provisional psychologists, psychiatrists, occupational therapists, social workers, counsellors, mental health workers and mental health nurses) who are eligible to conduct assessment and intervention/therapy.
What is InvolvedThere are two components in this study:
(1) an online questionnaire conducted via Redcap (<30minutes),
(2) a qualitative interview conducted via telephone (30 to 60 minutes).

You can consent to each component separately (i.e., by consenting to the online questionnaire you are not required to consent to the qualitative interview).

Please click the following link to be taken to access the Participant Information Letter, Consent Form, and Online Survey.
Contact Details

Dr Leah Brennan/ / 02 6024 9743

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