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Examining the Moderating Effects of Adolescent Self-Compassion on the Relationship Between Social Rank and DepressionDownload
Depression among today’s youth is associated with detrimental risk factors, including suicide. The social rank theory of depression suggests that humans naturally engage in social competition to achieve status and when perceptions of inferiority arise, depression may be triggered. The current...
Incarcerated women are a rapidly growing population with complex mental health issues such as mental illness, substance abuse, and trauma. These difficulties contribute to challenges with emotion regulation, in which individuals struggle with adaptively identifying and expressing emotion...
Sexual assault can have devastating psychological consequences for survivors. Feelings of self-loathing and shame may undermine survivors’ sense of self and contribute to long-term distress. Self-compassion has been proposed to be a facilitator of healing from traumatic events and has been found...
Through arts-based research, interviews and facilitated discussions, this research explored how six volunteer participants were able to detect and integrate their counter-emotions; those emotions that represent a conflict between how we internally feel and experience an emotion, with our actual...
The Development and Use of Self-Compassion to Cope with Adversity in Sport in Female Varsity AthletesDownload
Self-compassion is an emotion regulation strategy that encourages the practice of mindfulness, common humanity, and self-kindness. It involves understanding adverse experiences using a broader perspective, seeking connections with others, and directing kindness towards the self (Neff, 2003a) and...
Self-compassion is a growing area of interest for researchers in the field of psychology and other helping professions as it is highly correlated with overall wellbeing (Neff, 2003). However, much of the research to date has focused on self-compassion among adults and from a quantitative lens....
The influence of a self-compassion training program on romantic relationships: A multiple case studyDownload
Separation and divorce is a common occurrence within North America. Given that the transition out of a marriage increases psychological distress in both adults and children, preventative interventions are crucial for avoiding serious ruptures and increasing relationship strength and resilience. A...