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How can the lens of Dislocation Theory further understanding of why people contemplate suicide?
The reasons for suicide remain a widely researched topic. The majority of research on suicide offers reasons for suicide that are attributed to individuals having an underlying mental disorder. Research is needed on reasons ...
Evaluation of a peer-facilitated, gender-based violence prevention program in a Canadian secondary school context
This study evaluated the impact of a gender-based violence prevention program on a sample of grade eight students (n = 37) in a rural Canadian setting. The key factors evaluated were attitude, behavioural intent, and ...
Addressing Faith in the Counselling Room: A Phenomenological Exploration of Lived Experience
Since a large percentage of the world’s population identifies with some sort of religious practice, I believe that as counsellors we need to feel comfortable and competent working not only with those from diverse ethnic ...
Mental health impacts of stepmotherhood: An examination of the systemic and contextual influences that reduce therapeutic support
The diversity of familial structures within westernized culture has expanded beyond the nuclear family framework reflecting familial roles that exist within an expanded scope of the traditional nuclear family unit. The ...
Refection on hope: A hopeful foundation for education
Hope has been associated with well-being for many millennia. From the early Greeks to contemporary researchers, hope has been identified with the human capacity to have a measure of control in our lives. This capstone will ...