Are you a woman from an ethnic minority background who has had psychological therapy for postnatal depression?
Trainee Clinical Psychologist at the University of Liverpool hoping to understand your experiences of therapy and how your ethnic identity impacted this through a short remote interview.
The findings of their research will inform public health services by providing a ‘voice’ for women from ethnic minority backgrounds in shaping culturally sensitive approaches to perinatal mental health in the UK.
They are looking for:
They are looking for women who:
- Identify as being from any ethnic minority background (i.e., any ethnic group except from White British)
- Have accessed any type of psychological therapy for postnatal depression
- Are able to provide written informed consent to participate in the study
- Able to understand and speak English
- Are aged 18 or older
Expected commitment from participants:
Interviews will last up to one hour and will be done over videocall.
The interview time/date will be negotiated with the researcher, who will endeavour to make this convenient for the participant.
Participants will be reimbursed with a voucher for their time.
Commitment to inclusion:
Lots of flexibility on time, and participants reimbursed for taking part.
Closing date to apply: July 2024
How to Apply
If interested in taking part, please email Olivia (Trainee Clinical Psychologist) – email@example.com
Involvement Payment Details
£15 voucher to be sent to participant after interview.