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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 ...
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 ...
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 ...