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Cultural Perceptions and Expressions of Depression: A Qualitative Meta-Analysis
This study will examine if there are different cultural perceptions and expressions of depression, and what those may be. Understanding what people from differing cultures believe about the causes of depression, how they ...
Expanding Therapy Beyond the Confines of The 50-minute Session - Developing a Psychoeducational 'Tool Box' to Cultivate Motivation, Intention and Long-Term Thinking in the Therapeutic Process
I have experienced depression from two sides — as a client who experiences it, and as a therapist who treats it. I have learned several modalities for effective treatment, and experienced (as a client) others. I have ...
Depression, an Enemy or a Friend?
This thesis is a sharing of a personal journey with depression with a focus on the culture that played an important role on forming my experience. Using an autoethnographical methodology, I share and explore my life-long ...
Toward Best Clinical Practices for Treating Depression in Older Adults
This study examines the best clinical practices for counsellors supporting older adults with depression. The purpose was to develop a guideline of effective interventions for clinicians, supervisors, and policymakers in ...
Knitting as a Vehicle of Personal Transformation
This paper served to examine the potential of knitting, and by extension, other textile arts, to serve as a vehicle for personal transformation in a psychotherapeutic process. There is very little empirical research that ...