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Internal and Externalized Experiences of Concealed Stigma: How Group Therapy Can Address the Consequences
This paper examined the many emotional, psychological, and social implications of stigma; focusing specifically on concealed stigma. Various anti-stigma interventions originating in the mental health field and wider society ...
Youth in Government Care: A Response-Based Approach to Food and Eating-Related Behaviours
This paper focuses on the food and eating-related behaviours of youth in government care. In particular, it considers these behaviours as understandable responses to the unique circumstances of life in government care. A ...
An Investigation into Gratitude and its Effects
Extrapolating from personal experience as well as experience working with clients, gratitude interventions are hypothesized by the author to increase positive affect, decrease negative affect and increase the possibility ...
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 ...