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Situating Myself as a Counsellor: The Influences of Intimate Experience and Inner Work on Process Ethics
The experiences of individuals who deviate from heteronormative identity and roles in society are often neglected and/or overlooked, which merely compounds the oppression that sexual minority individuals very frequently ...
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 ...
The Role of Work Culture in Female Police Officers' Mental Health
Females make up approximately 22% of law enforcement officers in Canada. Despite the longstanding presence of women in law enforcement, researchers have not studied female officers’ experiences with their work culture and ...
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 ...
Researching therapeutic approaches to treatment for children in residential care
Children and youth in British Columbia who interact with the child welfare system are often connected with therapists, counsellors, psychologists, and mental health worker. There is no formal training on how to interact ...
Man, You Should See a Therapist: A Quasi-Experimental Research Proposal to Increase Men's Engagement with Mental Health Help-Seeking Behavior using Masculine-Oriented Brochures
This paper seeks to understand reasons for men's underutilization of counseling through the theoretical lens of Connell's (1995) hegemonic masculinity. My hypothesis is that due to the adherence to Western society's dominant ...