Volunteers are needed to participate in this national study!
Dr. Darrell Greene and Dr. Paula Britton of John Carroll University, and JCU's Education and Allied Studies Department, are conducting a national study on the psychological effects of activism and forgiveness in our communities. The purpose is to have a better understanding of the relationships and interconnectedness between activism, self-esteem, forgiveness, personal mastery, experiences of shame, and the process of positive identity formation.
Ultimately, information and knowledge gathered here will help mental health professionals develop a better understanding of how to assist queer/LGBT people with positive identity development.
It's completely anonymous, and you must be 18 years of age or older to participate.
Completing the survey makes you eligible to win gift cards ranging from $10-$50 (if you so choose).
If interested, please click here, which will bring you to the survey.
Thanks for doing your part to help us all learn more about ourselves, our communities, our experiences, and our needs.