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Participants required for psychological research into the impacts of Eviction

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Eviction across England and Wales has reached record levels over the past few years. This experience can have a significant impact on peoples’ lives and as a doctoral student in Counselling Psychology at City University London I am interested in further understanding these impacts

I am seeking participants to answer questions on their experience of losing their home through eviction. Your participation would involve attending a 1 session interview in London of approximately 60-90 minutes. We will cover travel expenses up to £20.

If you have gone through eviction within the last 18 months and would like the opportunity to discuss your experience with a Counselling Psychologist Trainee in a confidential manner please contact me via my online recruiting portal

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I’ll put this in our Social Media, but please, when the study is complete, inform us of the results. We’re interested in publishing an article discussing the impact of eviction on people’s lives and your material will be vital to it. 

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