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Why your pain must not exist: Bias & Phenomenology at the ends of medicine
Interrupting bias in counselling psychotherapy is critical to ethical practice. This paper demonstrates how the scientific method, for all its utility in health and medicine, also functions as a worldview and a personal ...
Six interventions for anxiety: Somatic training, affect regulation, and mental health
This thesis analyses aspects of Anxiety and Depression which are two of the most serious mental health challenges. Anxiety is rendered in upper case as A and lower case as a, to indicate both generic and specific uses of ...
Old brains in a new world: A manuscript thesis
The human brain and nervous system have both adapted in direct response to the specific environmental pressures that existed tens of thousands of years ago. More recently (approximately the past 200 hundred years) societal ...
The Body: Accessing and Integrating Implicit Processes for Treating Trauma
Individuals exposed to trauma, especially complex trauma, experience relentless suffering unless effectively treated. Unfortunately, current “go-to” trauma treatment modalities, like traumainformed cognitive behaviour ...
Articulation of community engagement: A collaborative recovery model (CEACRM)
This thesis is divided into five chapters. The first chapter consists of a two-part introduction. The first part of the introduction provides a critique of the prevailing diagnostic and medicalized worldview within our ...