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Life in the Drive-Thru Lane: Research on Over-Scheduling in Families
This thesis explores a number of issues related to the concept of over-scheduling in children and youth. In particular, gender-work issues, media influences and family stress are considered. How over-scheduling is defined ...
Querying the Use of Seroquel: Practice Considerations for Youth Substance Use Service Providers
This review and analysis of the practice of using Seroquel, chemical name quetiapine, an atypical antipsychotic medication, with youth in substance use treatment follows from concerns raised by Vancouver non-physician ...
Intergenerational and Inner Conflict in Young Female Immigrants from the Middle East: My Story
Acculturation impacts the lives and well-being of immigrants and their families. When families immigrate, the acculturation process of parents and children may take a different course and take place at a different pace. ...
How Creativity and the Arts Enhanced the Life of a Chinese Elderly Immigrant in Canada: A Shared Exploration of a Life Lived Fully
How do creativity and the arts have positive influence on the aging process of a Chinese elderly immigrant in Canada? Fisher and Specht (as cited in Reynolds, 2010) suggested that visual art making in later life contributes ...
Outpatient Morita Therapy and Anxiety Disorder with Somatic Symptoms in Western Population
Psychosomatic Medicine (PM) is increasingly practiced in the field of psychiatry and psychotherapy. Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and pharmacological treatment are widely used and have clinically proven their efficacy ...
Reclaiming A Legacy of Tenacity: From the Resiliency Construct to Honouring a Familial Story of Colonial Occupation and Survival
The author presents a deconstructive literature review of the resiliency construct and draws on postmodern philosophical ideas to reflexively critique theories of resiliency. An autoethnography of the author‘s familial ...