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Counselling in the Midst of an Overdose Crisis: Immediate Changes to Practice are needed to Save Lives
The recent increase in fatal opiate overdoses in British Columbia has been declared a public health emergency by the provincial government. Across Canada, overdose numbers are also increasing significantly and the topic ...
But...The Tree was the View: Understanding Human-Nature Relationships
This thesis takes the reader on a journey towards a deeper understanding of human-nature relationships. The term nature is defined, and practical information regarding the effect human-nature relationships have on human ...
Social Psychology of Drug Policy: Dislocation and Dissonance Theory
The war on drugs is, arguably, a failed social policy, and yet it persists. This thesis uses scholarly review and analysis to ask: What is the social and individual psychology that accounts for the endurance of a demonstratively ...
Does The Positivity Movement In Psychology Produce Oppression?
The positivity movement in psychology has inspired an individualistic, elitist, and consumer-driven wellness culture, that leaves out societies most vulnerable, and therefore most in need of support. Neoliberalism in the ...
Help under construction: Current concepts of masculinity and its impact on men's help seeking
This thesis thoroughly explores the dynamic between current conceptions of masculinity and resulting help-seeking practices in men, so as to promote a better understanding of the factors and context influencing men’s ...
The Power of Face-to-Face and Communal Acts
The purpose of this thesis is to explore the topic of social integration through face-to-face interaction within the scope of communal acts. Social integration is an integral part of being human. Humans are a social species, ...