Vocational Recovery Competencies


Individuals needed for an anonymous research internet survey developed by Boston University Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation.

Have you been working or did you work with a vocational provider? If so, your participation in this study would be invaluable.

 
Boston University Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation is conducting a study which aims to identify the competencies needed by vocational providers (for example, employment specialists, vocational counselors, among others) to help people with psychiatric disabilities to get and keep jobs.
 
We are seeking feedback from individuals with the lived experience of a psychiatric condition who have worked with a vocational provider. Please click here or on the link below if you wish to participate.
 

Additional Information

 
Who can participate?

We are seeking feedback from individuals with the lived experience of a psychiatric condition who have worked with a vocational provider (e.g., an employment specialist or a vocational counselor).
 
What does it involve?

You will complete an anonymous research internet survey. In this survey, you will assess the importance of a number of providers’ competencies and attitudes for your vocational recovery.
 
What are the benefits of participating in the research study?

The study will inform the mental health field about the specific strategies, attitudes, and relationship factors that may contribute to the work success of people with mental health issues. In a second phase, a tool to assess these competencies will be developed

 

Please click here or on the link below if you wish to participate.

https://bostonu.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_ea4O3j2lhq9HE45
 
 
To download download an informational flyer, please click here or on the link below.
/app/uploads/2015/08/VocationalRecoverySurveyFlyer.pdf

 
 
Thank you very much.