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Getting Off the Couch: Psychotherapists Who Have Incorporated Therapeutic Lifestyle Changes Into Their PracticeDownload
Twenty percent of Canadians are affected by mental illness (Mental Health Commission of Canada, 2011). Mental illness can be positively impacted by Therapeutic Lifestyle Changes (TLCs). TLCs include such things as exercise, diet, recreation, sleep, sunlight exposure, interpersonal relationships,...
Clients’ Experiences with, and Perceptions of, Psychological Counseling to Augment Stuttering TherapyDownload
Introduction: Stuttering impacts almost every aspect of life, stimulating fear and speaking avoidances, anxiety, frustration, anger, guilt, and/or shame in those affected. Because stuttering triggers anxiety and other psychological and emotional reactions and limits participation in society, it...
Gestational weight gain, physical activity, and nutrition counselling practices of prenatal health care providers: What influences practice?Download
Appropriate gestational weight gain is important for maternal and child health. Data from a recent Alberta cohort showed 49% of pregnant women gained weight in excess of Health Canada guidelines. Regional studies have shown low rates of gestational weight gain counselling by health care...
While research has demonstrated no differences in effectiveness between the different types of addictions treatments, differences have been found for effectiveness between counsellors. Research has shown that some counsellors who treat addictions, consistently achieve better results than others,...