Report on study of religious coping and burnout in Christian counsellors
Through this newsletter in 2002 I asked readers who were practising as Christian counsellors or therapists to take part in my study of religious coping and burnout. Unfortunately there were only 44 replies from Christian psychologists and counsellors who were approached through national newsletters and relevant workplaces. My analyses were delayed as I tried to recruit more participants. In this article I outline briefly the aims and preliminary results of the study in the hope that more people will be motivated to complete the questions. I need at least 60 participants to begin more detailed analyses that will address my key question, so I’d be very glad to hear from another 20 people or more who would volunteer.