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The overall purpose of this dissertation was to explore flourishing among Canadian university student-athletes and coaches. This was addressed via three studies. The purpose of the first study was to investigate mental health protective and risk factors among flourishing Canadian university...
In the Face of Socio-Political Conflict: Mothers’ Experiences of Hope Alongside Adult Children with Mental IllnessesDownload
This study aimed to explore hope experiences among mothers living alongside adult children with mental illnesses in a socio-political conflict area. Hope is increasingly recognized as an important factor for people facing difficult situations. Mothers whose adult children struggle with mental...
SSHRC IDG awarded 2020: People living with serious mental illness (PSMI) experience high levels of marginalization from the labour force. In Canada, 80 to 90% of PSMI are unemployed, or if working, have low job attachment and restricted career advancement. This project will identify ways of...
A large part of the population is affected by issues of mental illness. Yet, there has been a corresponding lack of spiritual content in how we have been defining mental health. In an attempt to respond to this lack, the World Health Organization acknowledged that, “An expansion of the WHO...