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WELCOME TO INSTITUTE OF HEALING ARTS
IPT RESEARCH STUDY 2023

I am so excited to announce that we have partnered with Erica Larsen (MA, CHES, MFT-I, IPT-F, IFS) who is a graduate of Institute of Healing Arts and is our principal investigator along with April Bennett, (MA, LMFT, CCTP, IPT-F). We are working with National University’s Institutional Review Board.

This research has been set up as a qualitative study that spans the last 25 years. Your participation could help us investigate the following:
  • Short-term and long-term effects of IPT processing.
  • Collective data that could move IPT from a practice based modality to an empirical based therapy.
  • Bring credibility to the sustained work of many IPT facilitators over many years. 
 
There is only a short window that will allow us to gather data - so now is the time!
Below you will find the official invitation from Erica Larsen and National University. 
I would like to personally thank you for your willingness to volunteer as a participant in this study.
Pam Robinson, Director
Institute of Healing Arts
 

Hello friends!

 

My name is Erica Larsen, and I am a graduate student at National University. I am conducting an online survey to explore the effects of Integrative Processing Technique on the wellbeing of recipients. To participate, you must be:

a) 18 years or older

b) have been or currently are a facilitator of Integrative Processing Technique

 

AND/OR

 

c) a recipient of one or more sessions of Integrative Processing Technique.

The survey is anonymous and should take about 10-20 minutes to complete. It will ask questions about your demographics and your experience with IPT Processing. If you are a facilitator or therapist there will be additional questions designed for your input. 

Click the button below if you wish to participate in this voluntary research.

Thank you for your time,

Erica Larsen, MA, National University

e.larsen0570@o365.ncu.edu

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