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The Oxford Institute of Clinical Psychology Training and Research

University of Oxford, Isis Education Centre, Warneford Hospital, Oxford, OX3 7JX

Lorna Hogg (Principal Investigator, Clinical & Professional Deputy Director); 01865 226 431 Natacha Shaban (DClinPsych student)

Identity integration and mental health in trainee clinical psychologists Ethics Approval Reference: R65120/RE001 TRAINEE CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGISTS NEEDED FOR ONLINE SURVEY Mental health problems are common in trainee clinical psychologists. Previous studies have tried to better understand how people adapt to having mental health difficulties. This study is interested in exploring the relationships between becoming a clinical psychology trainee, identifying as someone with mental health difficulties and wellbeing. We are looking for trainee clinical psychology volunteers, who are starting the training course in September/October 2019, to take part in two online surveys. We are looking for trainees who do AND who don’t identify as having mental health problems and consider themselves fluent in written English. You would be invited to participate in two online surveys at different time points. Each survey would take about 30 minutes of your time. You would be asked to complete a few questionnaires about identities and mental health. If you are interested and would like more information, please go to this webpage to register your interest by the 25th October 2019. The research coordinator at the Oxford Institute of Clinical Psychology Training and Research (OxICPTR), The Isis Education Centre, Oxford will be in touch with more information. There is no obligation to take part.


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