Qualitative study is an exploratory research that is mainly used to get an understanding of deep-seated reasons, opinions, and motivations (Sheperis, Young, & Daniels, 2011). It offers insights into the problem or aids a researcher to formulate ideas or theories for possible quantitative study. This paper presents an evaluation of a qualitative study titled, “Becoming a Psychotherapist or Counsellor: A Survey of Psychotherapy and Counseling Trainers” by Jenniri Chardson, Liz Sheean, and Matthew Bambling. The evaluation will start by identifying and evaluating the research problem, followed by a look at the literature review. An analysis of the purpose statement and research design will then follow. Finally, the paper will evaluate the research questions, data collection plan, and lastly the data analysis and interpretation plan.