Research Study

 

Adult Survivors of Child Abuse or Trafficking

 

Ark of Hope for Children and our child abuse and trafficking trauma-informed programs are excited to encourage adult survivors of child abuse to take part in the following research study.

"You are invited to participate in a research study that will advance current knowledge on how different maltreatment experiences in childhood are associated with health in adulthood. The ultimate goal of this research is to improve understanding of the influences of childhood trauma on adult life to inform strategies for intervention with children and adults with histories of childhood maltreatment. 

 

This is an area of research that has not been explored and it has immense meaning for understanding childhood maltreatment and developing effective treatment interventions.

Participation in this study involves completing 3 online assessments, which should take about 45 minutes or less. Directions for accessing the assessments are listed below. Once you access the website, additional instructions are provided for completing the assessments.

Your participation in this study is completely voluntary and your responses will remain anonymous.

Participation in this study should take about 45 minutes or less. Directions for accessing the assessments are listed below.

Your participation is an important part of the success of this study and it could not be done without you.​"

 


Directions for Accessing Online Assessments:

Proceed to the following website:

https://tnstateu.az1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_9zzPDWgrjTFRz6t

 


If you have any questions or concerns about your participation in this study please feel free to contact

Jessica Jaye Capretto at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or you may contact the Faculty Supervisor, Dr. James

L. Campbell at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

With much appreciation,

Jessica Jaye Capretto, LPC-MHSP, NCC

Ph.D. Student in Counseling Psychology

Tennessee State University

2015-11-13
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