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Qualitative Content Analysis of What Constitutes Effectual Group/Support Therapyfor Individuals Diagnosed with Schizophrenia/Psychosis Spectrum Illnesses: Client’s Perspective
The purpose of this qualitative content analysis is to demonstrate that individuals diagnosed with a schizophrenia spectrum illness know and understand what the need from individual and group therapy in order to achieve ...
Exploring a Growing Field: Canadian Horticultural Therapy Organizations
The field of Horticultural Therapy has grown in recent years and is now a part of many wide-ranging health and mental health services. Despite this, there is a lack of standardization of the field. Through a content analysis ...
Opportunities for Solidarity with the Criminal Justice System Against Intimate Partner Violence; Why we Need to and How We Can
This thesis attempts to understand where the opportunities are for solidarity with the criminal justice system in an attempt to uphold the resistance of women experiencing intimate partner violence in Canada. As a country ...
Group Therapy as a Social Response to Infertility: Participant Perspectives (A Case Study)
Given the prevalence of depressive symptoms in women who experience infertility, and the high numbers of Canadian couples likely to be diagnosed with infertility, this case study seeks to elucidate participant perspectives ...
Can Counsellors Use Humour to Create a Therapeutic Alliance with Mandated Clients?
A mandated counselling client attends counselling under the direction and supervision of an outside agency. They have been coerced to attend under the threat of punishment and are, understandably, often resistant to the ...
Meta-Interpretation of the Self-perceived Needs of Suicide Survivors
Suicide is a major issue around the world, leaving a staggering number of individuals are left behind to suffer navigate the complicated bereavement process after a loved one dies. These individuals are at high risk of ...