Research is incredibly important in the counseling world. It is through research that we learn how to be better people-helpers. Here at the AACC, we always endeavor to support research, and to this end, we are happy to share this letter from Alan Roth. The survey will be available through the end of August.

 


 

My name is Alan Roth, and I am a doctoral student at Masters International University of Divinity in Evansville, Indiana. I would like to invite you to participate in a research study I am conducting that will seek to identify Compassion Fatigue in Biblical Counselors and ascertain the mitigating effects, if any of spiritual well-being, religious coping and resilience. Particularly, I am searching for qualified experts in the fields of Christian and Biblical Counseling who have a working knowledge of biblical counseling. If you would like to participate in this voluntary survey, please click, and answer prayerfully.  
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/8FG33XQ

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