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Economic Disadvantage, Caregiver Mental Health, Family Functioning, and Children’s Social, Emotional, and Behavioral Well-Being in Low-Income FamiliesDownload
Economic disadvantage continues to be of significant concern to many Canadian families and is at the forefront of many municipal, provincial, and federal government initiatives. The health consequences of living in low-income have been well-documented; however, the relationships between economic...
Little attention in research has been paid to post-homeless trajectories among former street involved youth (SIY), despite previous studies having revealed fragile housing stability post-homelessness. It is important to understand how former SIY are able to cope with life post-homelessness and...
Reflective practice is encouraged in many professions as an education tool to facilitate practice development. Like many allied professionals, we recognize as a profession that music therapists need to continue to develop themselves throughout their career and yet a discussion about...