Professional Research

GSCA does not distribute research surveys on behalf of members or the public.  However, in the interest of furthering the research that makes school counselors able to better themselves and assisting those who are in pursuit of higher degrees, we post surveys which have been screened by the GSCA Journal Editor for validity. We ask that school counselors participate as they are able in order to continue and support research in the field.

If you have a survey you would like posted below, please email

Posted on 5/19/20

My name is LaTraci Aldridge and I am a doctoral candidate in the Counselor Educator and Supervision Program at The University of Memphis.

My current research focuses on virtual school counseling.  I am recruiting school counselors to complete my survey.  School counselors can be working virtually full-time due to the COVID-19 pandemic or have been working in a virtual setting prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.  The survey will take about 15- 20 minutes to complete.  This research has been IRB approved.  IRB # PRO-FY2019-246.

Thank you for your time.

The link to the survey is:

Thank you  

LaTraci Aldridge, M.S.
M.S. School Counseling '10
Doctoral Candidate | Counselor Educator & Supervision
The University of Memphis

Posted on 5/4/20

My name is Amanda Stuckey. I am a doctoral student at the University of Arkansas. I am conducting research to explore how prepared school counseling site supervisors think they are to provide supervision to school counselors in training.

To participate in this study, you have to be a current or former site supervisor of a school counselor in training from a school counseling program.

There will be a drawing for three (3) $25 Amazon gift cards for those who are eligible and participate in the survey. The survey will take approximately 30-45 minutes to complete.

Please contact Amanda Stuckey,, 918-706-1847, should you have any questions about this research study or are unsure if you qualify for participation in this study.

Follow this link to the Survey:


Amanda G. Stuckey

Doctoral Student and Research Assistant

Counselor Education and Supervision

College of Education and Health Professions

University of Arkansas