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Despite the substantial research illustrating the positive effects of physical activity on mental health, there are few studies examining the role of exercise in psychotherapy. This study examined factors associated with psychotherapists addressing physical activity with their clients. To examine...
Hope is consistently identified in the mental heath literature as a key factor accounting for client change in counselling and psychotherapy (Grencavage & Norcross, 1990). Research on client and psychotherapist understandings of hope in psychotherapy calls into question the singular,...
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...