I’m always happy to see more research being conducted about alternative sexuality and alternative lifestyles. Atala Mitchell and Madeline Barger are currently conducting research abut polyamorous individuals as part of their graduate studies at Edgewood College. If you identify as polyamorous and are 18 or over, please help them out by completing the survey below.
We are graduate students at Edgewood College in the Marriage and Family Therapy program. In an effort to support mental health practitioners in offering culturally competent care, we are conducting a survey to gather information about the experiences and attitudes of polyamorous people, age 18 and over, about therapists and therapy. Would you be willing to post the enclosed link:
https://edgewood.us2.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_80O1cks9tv7xjLf and welcome message for our survey and welcome message on your Listserv, Blog, News Letter, or Website or email list?
Polyamory Survey: What Do Therapists Need to Know? If you are 18 or older and polyamorous, please take our survey: https://edgewood.us2.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_80O1cks9tv7xjLf and help us answer that question. You will be asked questions about your personal and family history, experience you may have had in therapy, views of therapy, and the qualities you see as valuable in a therapist. This information can assist therapists and educators as we work to create and enhance culturally competent models for therapy. A reason we ask for informational on personal and familial history is because without this information, damaging myths, biases, and stereotypes can arise about polyamorous people and why polyamorous people seek therapy. We are interested in presenting a realistic view of polyamorous people and supporting polyamorous people who seek therapy in getting the best quality care. Thank you! https://edgewood.us2.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_80O1cks9tv7xjLf
If you have any questions or would like to contact us, we can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org<mailto:email@example.com>
Atala Mitchell and Madeline Barger, MFT Clinical Interns