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A Chinese Acting-Firstborn‘s Immigration Experience
This autoethnographic study attempts to illustrate author‘s identity development experience as a first-generation Chinese-Canadian originated from Hong Kong in the early 1990‘s. The purpose of this research is to explore ...
Scared to Death: Exploring Death Anxiety and the Wounded Healer
The following manuscript is an autoethnographic study in which the author explores her struggles with death anxiety throughout her life. In order to gain a deeper understanding of her experiences, the author connects her ...
Birthing the Father Within: Therapeutic Approaches for the Nascent Father
In this study, I explore the nature and meaning of the experience of leaving one state of consciousness behind to enter into that of fatherhood, and I argue that the passage into fatherhood can be an opportunity for men ...
Although it is widely acknowledged that those in helping professions, such as counselling psychology, have a higher risk of experiencing burnout, little is done to prepare counsellors-in-training, or to encourage practicing ...
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 ...
Inside Dyslexia: The Impact of Dyslexia on Self-Esteem and Self-Concept in Females
Dyslexia has many facets than just a learning disability, it is a “life problem” not just a school or an academic problem, as dyslexia impacts more aspects of one’s life than learning only. The social and emotional impact ...