This short survey is focused on Mixed Methods Research and the views of those engaged in research within counselling and psychotherapy including students conducting research and research supervisors.  The survey has a key focus on assessing current levels of knowledge about mixed methods research, views on combining qualitative and quantitative data and current attitudes about mixed methods research and especially in academic doctoral research settings.

The project has received ethical approval from the Metanoia Research Ethics Committee.
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