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- 9Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis
- 1Allegro, Hailey NA
- 1Atchison, Bobbi-Jo L
- 1Dubue, Jonathan
- 1Hoover, Michelle NM
- 1Leo, Jennifer A
- 1Manca, Terra
Suicide is a leading cause of death for young adults. Among undergraduate students, risk factors for suicidality include substance abuse, academic pressure, and identifying as a minority (De Luca et al., 2016; Giordano & Cashwell, 2012; Shadick et al., 2015). Additionally, suicidal students tend...
Play therapy is an effective form of psychotherapy typically used with children under the age of 12. Numerous meta-analyses amalgamating the results of hundreds of play therapy research studies have shown that children who engage in play therapy are better off than nearly 80% of those who do not...
Christian Science is one of several religious groups with doctrines that suggest that medical use hinders spiritual development and/or is ineffective. Because of the beliefs, Christian Science has faced controversy in both Canada and the United States, and experiences difficulty maintaining a...
Disability simulations are experiential learning activities that have been used to simulate the functional and cultural experiences associated with disability. Despite their widespread use in post-secondary settings (e.g., physical education, recreation, medicine, and nursing), there is...
Psychotherapy has been found to be highly effective, and yet we are still learning why. We do not know much about what is significant for clients about their therapy experiences, or how they may benefit from therapy in unexpected ways. Using an interpretive phenomenological analysis methodology,...
How Highly Effective Psychotherapy Supervisors Supervise: A Longitudinal Study of Supervisees’ ExperiencesDownload
The supervision of pre-professional psychologists is a mandated and essential training process. Supervisors have two overarching roles: (a) they are gatekeepers to the profession, protecting the public from incompetent psychologists and (b) they are providers of essential training to...
Psychologists regularly conduct suicide risk assessments (SRAs) to identify and prevent client self-harm. Although much is known about suicide risk and protective factors, little is known about psychologists’ experience of the process. Filling this knowledge gap is critical, as we are currently...
Transitioning from Separate to Community Physical Activity Contexts for Youth with Impairments: The Parental ExperienceDownload
Moving from separate to inclusive community physical activity for youth with impairments can be a difficult transition for all involved. While research on the barriers for youth undergoing these transitions exists, little attention has been focused on the role and experiences of parents. The...
Understanding the Therapeutic Alliance in Young Offender Treatment through the Experiences of Male YouthDownload
Therapy with youth involved in the criminal justice system presents a variety of challenges. Especially challenging is the establishment of a therapeutic alliance, which psychotherapeutic research shows is a strong predictor in the success of therapy. The purpose of this study was therefore to...