Information to Consider Before Taking Part in This SurveyThis is a volunteer survey to help expand currently available treatment options for OCD-spectrum disorders. The persons responsible are Lori A. Johnson, LAC, LPC and Jayme M. Valdez, LMHC and their team which consists of fellow clinicians, researchers, assistants, and graduate students in Counseling and Psychology.
Purpose of the SurveyThe purpose of this survey is to examine client perceptions of failed treatment with OCD-spectrum disorders and the outcomes of treatment from clients in the community.
Why are you being asked to take part?We are asking you to take part in this survey because you are living with OCD and/or anxiety disorders.
SurveyIf you take part in this survey, you will be asked to complete a series of questionnaires via anonymous survey link(s). Basic demographic information will also be collected. This survey should take approximately 5-10 minutes to complete.
Alternatives / Voluntary Participation / WithdrawalYou have the alternative to choose not to participate in this survey.
You should only take part in this survey if you want to volunteer; you are free to not participate in this collection of information or withdraw at any time. There will be no penalty or loss of benefits you are entitled to receive if you do not take part in this survey.
Benefits and RisksYou will receive no benefit from this survey.
Due to the discussion of subjectively difficult topics, there is minimal risk associated with your participation in this survey. You may feel uncomfortable with the questions asked; however, participation is optional and you can choose to discontinue at any time or skip any questions.
CompensationWe will not pay you for the time you volunteer while being in this survey. We value your feedback
Privacy and Confidentiality We will strive to keep your records as confidential as possible. It is possible, although unlikely, that unauthorized individuals could gain access to your response because you are responding in an online format.
Certain people may need to see your survey records including members of our team. By law, anyone who looks at your records must keep them completely confidential. The only people who will be allowed to see the records are: The team, including: the main survey conductors, fellow clinicians, researchers, survey assistants, and survey graduate students.
It is possible, although unlikely, that unauthorized individuals could gain access to your responses. Confidentiality will be maintained to the degree permitted by the technology used. No guarantees can be made regarding the interception of data sent via the Internet. However, your participation in the online survey involves risks similar to a person's everyday use of the Internet. If you complete and submit an anonymous survey and later request your data be withdrawn, this may not be possible as the collection of information may be unable to extract anonymous data from the database.
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We may publish what we learn from this survey. If we do, we will not let anyone know your name. We will not publish anything else that would let people know who you are. You can print a copy of the consent form for your records.
I freely give my consent to take part in this study. I understand that by proceeding with this survey I am agreeing to take part in this survey and attest that I am 18 year of age or older.