I am a doctoral learner at Capella University in the School of Counseling Education and Supervision. I am conducting this research to complete my degree.
I want to learn about how professional counselors who have taken a course during their graduate program specific to death, dying and bereavement in their masters’ program perceive their competency regarding working with individuals who experience any death-related issues, such as bereavement and grief, compared with those who have not taken a course. I’d also like to see if culture, specifically ethnicity, has an impact on their perceived competency. The purpose is to see how important death education may be in CACREP accredited programs regarding treatment in the field.
You can participate in the study if you:
Have a master’s degree in a CACREP or equivalent program.
Are a currently licensed professional counselor or are pursuing licensure as a post graduate.
Are currently practicing.
You are not eligible to participate if you:
Have attended post-graduate professional development specific to death education or treatment of bereavement.
Please click or copy and paste the following URL to your browser
to read the complete Informed Consent, fill out the Demographic Questionnaire and the Grief Counseling Competency Scale.
Thank you so much for your participation and your time!
Joanne J.T. Christian, LPC-MHSP
Finally clicked on the link & saw that you’re looking for counselors who have NOT had grief classes in grad school. I’ve passed the link by twice because of how it 1st reads from the tlpca email. However, I’m outside the age cap! Best wishes on completing your study.