JCU Masters’ study titled “Social Support and Clinical Psychologists’ Well-Being in Singapore” is now recruiting!


I am Yun Ting, a Master of Psychology (Clinical) student at James Cook University (Singapore) looking to recruit participants to complete an online survey for my thesis (approximately 10-15 minutes to complete). The study aims to explore how social support affects professional and trainee clinical psychologists’ well-being in Singapore.

To participate, participants must be Clinical Psychologists who are either trainees/students, practicing, or registered with the Singapore Register of Psychologists (SRP).

Here is the study link:

I would also greatly appreciate it if you could share with other colleagues you know of who meet the criteria.

Thank you so much for your help!

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