Mental health professionals are invited to take part in an exciting study that explores the mental health of mental health professionals.
The study will be under the supervision of Primary researcher Dr Louise Metcalf and carried out by Reinette de Wet. The study will take place at The Australian College of Applied Psychology.
Working professionals are invited to participate in the online experiment that examines the impact of online mindfulness. It looks at activities on burnout, resilience and stress in mental health professionals. This study offers the potential to lower stress and burnout, and increase resilience levels.
Participants will be asked a series of questions in relation to burnout, resilience and stress, along with some demographic questions. They will then be asked to participate in online mindfulness practices for approximately 5 minutes per day for 10 days. These practices will take place online Monday through Friday over the course of two weeks. There will be a follow up survey after the last mindfulness exercise.
Mental Health Professionals - Take part in the Study
If you would like further information regarding this survey or the study, contact the primary researcher, Dr Louise Metcalf at Louise.Metcalf@acap.edu.au
Research will be completed by Reinette de Wet towards the completion of the Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours). This research has received full approval from the Human Research Ethics Committee, the approval number is 316070616.
This conference brings together leading clinical practitioners, academics, service providers and mental health experts. Discussed will be the Mental Health issues confronting Australia and New Zealand.
The conference program is designed to challenge, inspire, demonstrate and encourage participants whilst facilitating discussion. To view the exciting Program CLICK HERE.