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The research puzzle, in this study, evolved as I made sense of making hope visible in my interactions at a centre that studied how intentionally using hope enhances quality of life. Over a period of 12 years I developed a set of five hope-focused practices (LeMay, Edey, & Larsen, 2008). In this...
Hope is tied to better outcomes across development; however, quantitative studies have shown that girls experience a significant decrease in their hope during early adolescence. Research that has been done on hope in early adolescence uses adult conceptualizations of hope and applies them to an...
Stories of Being and Becoming: Experiences of Hope and Identity-Making in the Worklives of Reintegration CounsellorsDownload
Working with marginalized individuals allows counsellors to witness the darkest and most beautiful sides of humanity as they support clients in the process of life change. Community-based reintegration counsellors are helping professionals who offer support to individuals who are transitioning...
Skilled worker immigrants can encounter many challenges as they settle in Canada. For individuals facing adversity, hope often helps in facing and overcoming difficulties (Edey & Jevne, 2003). The purpose of this study was to explore how the hope of skilled worker immigrants changed during their...
Qualitative interviewing using Interpersonal Process Recall: Investigating internal experiences during professional-client conversationsDownload
Interpersonal process recall (IPR) interviewing uses video-assisted recall to access conscious yet unspoken experiences in professional caregiving interactions. Although IPR has been employed across the helping professions, little has been written about effectively conducting IPR interviews....
Hope and connection: The experience of family caregivers of persons with dementia living in a long term care facility.Download
Background: Hope is a psychosocial resource that is essential for the psychological, spiritual, and physical well-being of family members caring for persons with dementia. A significant positive relationship has been found between hope and well-being in family caregivers of persons with dementia...
Youth workers are helping professionals who build relationships with vulnerable youth, youth who face a myriad of complex struggles. While working with clients facing consistently stressful life circumstances, it can be difficult for these helping professionals to sustain hope in their work. The...