An extensive psychological study was designed in order to investigate some of these questions and their potential answers. This online study aims to unravel how human personality affects our attitudes towards mental health help-seeking. The research is completely anonymous, confidential and voluntary and has been designed in order to fulfill the requirements of a Practitioner Doctorate in Counselling Psychology at Glasgow Caledonian University.
The study has been reviewed by an independent group of people, called a Research Ethics Committee to protect your safety, rights, wellbeing and dignity. This study has been given ethical approval by The Department of Psychology at Glasgow Caledonian University and it’s consistent with the British Psychological Society research guidelines.
If you would be willing to help unravel the psychology behind the issues mentioned above please follow this link
If you feel that your friends or family members would be interested in this study please feel free to email them this information.
If you would like to receive more information about the project feel free to contact Joanna Chabinska (the researcher) at firstname.lastname@example.org
Without you it wouldn’t be possible to carry out this study.
Your participation improves the understanding of the psychology behind our attitudes and personality.This, in turn, could improve psychological interventions and education programs which could reduce the barriers and encourage greater access to mental health services.
Thank you for taking time to read this information.
Joanna Chabinska The Chief Investigator