Criminal Justice: Online Research

CJPS members now have the opportunity to post a link to their online research on our page. If you are interested please send a title of your study, a brief outline, and URL to Joseph Camilleri.

CPA Members also have the option of posting research studies to the Recruit Research Participants Portal (R2P2) page.


Chayse Haldane, a doctoral student at the University of Alberta, is studying compassion satisfaction, which can be described as the positive impact that comes from helping others. Chayse is exploring the experience and meaning of compassion satisfaction from the perspective of psychologists who work with justice-involved youth.

If you choose to participate in this study, you will be asked to complete two interviews. You can choose to attend the interviews using video conferencing software, or by telephone. The initial interview will take approximately 90 minutes and the second interview will take approximately 30 minutes.

To thank you for your time, you will receive a $25 gift card from either Amazon or Indigo.

To be eligible to participate, you must:

  1. ) be a registered psychologist
  2. ) work with youth who are accused of crime and thus, mandated for treatment
  3. ) conduct counselling of some kind with these youth

If you are interested in participating or have questions about this study, please email me, Chayse Haldane, at

Project #00112226 approved by the Research Ethics Board of the University of Alberta.