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Challenging Confidentiality and Dual Relationships in the Treatment of Addiction: A case study
This case study explores the question, how does adapting the traditional professional boundaries of confidentiality and dual relationships in the treatment of addictions (by including clients in an ongoing community that ...
What Can Death and Dying Teach? An Autoethnography of the Retrospective Transformative Properties of Grief
This research explores the lived experience of meaningful incidences of post traumatic growth following the death of a loved one. Using an autoethnographic approach the study explores two siblings’ experiences of living ...
Being a girl: How young girls respond to social messages
The purpose of this qualitative case study was to examine the research question: How does the application of response-based practice theory to the responses of female identifying youth inform professionals who support them? ...
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 ...
Reframing compliance: Exposing violence within applied behaviour analysis
The purpose of this study is to explore the potential relationship between Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) and acts of violence. This relationship is explored through a critical discourse analysis of six scholarly research ...
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 ...