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Friday, January 23, 2015

Research Study Participants Needed

Greetings Professional School Counselor Colleagues,

As a researcher and doctoral student at Regent University, I am conducting a study on School Counselor Involvement in School-Family-Community Partnerships Based on Personality Differences. The purpose of the current study is to investigate differences in school counselors’ perceived involvement in school-family-community partnerships based on the personality dimension of introversion/extraversion.

If you are currently employed as an elementary, middle, or high school counselor, you are invited and eligible to participate in the research by clicking the link below and completing the brief survey (Note: You may also copy and paste the link into your internet browser). Your participation in the survey should take approximately 15 minutes.

Your responses will be completely anonymous, your name or identifying information will not be associated with any results of the study, and there are no significant potential risks from participating. You may discontinue participation at any time. Your completion of the survey signifies that you are at least 18 years of age, that you are an employed school counselor, and that you are voluntarily participating in the survey.

Please forward this email to your employed school counseling colleagues (K-12) and any school counseling groups or associations. You may seek further information about the study by contacting Denise B. Ebersole at deniebe@mail.regent.edu.

I genuinely appreciate your willingness to contribute toward our profession and I thank you in advance for your participation.

Sincerely,
Denise

Denise B. Ebersole, M. Ed., NCC, NCSC
Doctoral Candidate, Counselor Education and Supervision
Regent University
School of Psychology & Counseling
1000 University Drive
Virginia Beach, VA 23464

Dr. Lee A. Underwood
Professor of Counseling
Regent University
School of Psychology & Counseling
1000 University Drive
Virginia Beach, VA 23464

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