research study: exploring the mental health of asian american lesbians

I recently heard form Melissa Corpus, a Counseling Psychology PhD student at Columbia University, who is looking for participants for her online study, Out of sight, out of mind: Exploring the mental health of Asian American lesbians.

Research in this domain is pretty limited, and her goal for this study is to get a pulse on the mental health of the Asian American LGT community. Here's a brief description of her research:
You are invited to participate in an online research study on Asian American lesbians’ experiences. You will be asked to answer demographic questions followed by questions relating to your experiences with racist, sexist, and heterosexist discrimination, your cultural values, your experiences with unsupportive social interactions, and your overall well-being. It is my hope that the findings of this study will inform clinical interventions, practice, policies, and future research regarding this unique population.
If you fit the bill, and can spare a moment or two (it says it takes no more than 30-45 minutes to complete) to help out a doctoral student with some important research, take the online survey here.

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