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A Meta-Analysis of Therapeutic Interventions for Women who Overeat; Supporting Them to Have a Healthy Relationship with Food
This research was performed to locate effective therapeutic interventions that support women who overeat to have a healthy relationship with food. Previous research and available information recognizes how to support women ...
Response-Based Drama Therapy: a Viable Option for Youth Experiencing Anxiety
This project outlines the motivation for and creation of an eight-week response-based drama therapy group for youth experiencing anxiety, as the predominant treatment modality presented in community based mental health ...
Creating a Liminal Space: How Interpreting Behavior as an Evolutionarily Driven Adaptation Informs the Treatment of Personality Disorders
Despite the undeniable toll on individuals, families, and health care systems, 30 years of clinical work and research around personality disorders has failed to yield neither a solid conceptual understanding of dysfunction ...
Exploring Bereaved Fathers’ Experiences of Pregnancy Loss: A Phenomenological Study
The purpose of this study was to explore and gain understanding into bereaved fathers’ experiences of pregnancy loss. A qualitative study using phenomenological methodology based on grounded theory was employed for this ...
Adapting the Islands of Safety Model for LGBTQ2S+ Communities
The purpose of this study was to gain initial feedback from lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer, two-spirit and other gender and sexual minority (LGBTQ2S+) counsellors, social workers and anti-violence workers on the ...
Asking For It: The Sexualized Violence of Jian Ghomeshi as Depicted by Four Traditional Journalistic Media Sources
When the scandal surrounding ex-CBC broadcaster Jian Ghomeshi first broke in the fall of 2014, the subsequent outpouring of public opinion, and the ongoing tension between victim sympathy and legal due process as captured ...