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The Lived Experience of Families With Children Who Have Sexually Offended in Canada
Families with children who have sexually offended are often left to endure an issue that is heavily stigmatized among society. Research on the impact faced by families with children who have sexually offended is significantly ...
Treatment Programs for Individuals who have Perpetrated Intimate Partner Violence
This paper focuses on treatment programs for individuals who have perpetrated intimate partner violence (IPV). Factors that contribute to IPV are explored as well as the current treatment models in Canada and the United ...
The Mental Health Experiences of Retired Elite Athletes
This qualitative study explores the mental health experiences of professional athletes during the retirement process from elite sport. Using a phenomenological approach, specifically interpretative phenomenological analysis ...
Vicarious Trauma and Community Corrections Officers in Canada
The aim of this phenomenological study was to explore the essence of vicarious trauma in community corrections officers. Nine probation and parole officers from across Canada were interviewed regarding their experiences ...
The Role of Stigma in the Mental Health of Sex Workers
Sex workers are exposed to a significant amount of stigma, discrimination, and violence simply due to their occupation. The purpose of this capstone is to examine how stigma impacts the mental health of sex workers using ...