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Psychologists & Trainees Wanted for Study on Work-Family Balance

The following is a paid advertisement. The Manitoba Psychological Society does not necessarily endorse any service or educational opportunity advertised.

Dear Psychologist or Psychologist-in-Training, 

The University of Manitoba is seeking to recruit Canadian psychologists and psychologists-in-training to participate in an online study looking at psychologists’ experiences regarding work-family balance.  

Study Description: The purpose of this study is to gain insight into the experiences and perceptions of Canadian psychologists and psychologists-in-training in terms of job satisfaction, relationship satisfaction, work flexibility, and work-family balance. We are interested in hearing from all Canadian psychologists and psychologists-in-training, including those with and without experiences relating to parental leave and childrearing. This study consists of an online survey that is offered in both English and French and will take approximately 30 minutes to complete. Your responses will be anonymous and confidential.  

Participation Requirements: To be eligible to participate, you must currently reside in Canada, have completed/be enrolled in a master’s-level or doctoral degree in psychology, and self-identify as either a psychologist or a psychologist-in-training.  

Why participate? By taking part in this study, you can help better inform policies about issues such as training, education, and parental leave, to help prevent burnout and improve the retention of psychologists. You will also be entered into a draw to win one of ten $50 eGiftCards through Everything Card, where you can select your favourite merchant.  

Click the link below to participate in this study!

Please share this information with anyone you think might be interested in participating! 

If you are interested in this research study and would like to have more information, please contact Dr. Jen Theule at

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