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Suicidal behaviour: understanding the process of online help-seeking in adolescents and young adultsDownload
Young people are accessing the Internet for help with their suicidal state; yet, little is known about how the online help-seeking process occurs in suicidal adolescents and young adults. The present study explored this topic by interviewing Canadian’s who experienced the suicidal state as...
When stress becomes distress, people seek to decrease their psychological pain using methods that seem convenient and appropriate. In an increasingly technology-based society, the Internet provides opportunities for individuals in distress to seek information and connections with others. Research...
Overcoming Help-Seeking Barriers and Service Demands on Canadian University Campuses and the Role of Campus Support ServicesDownload
Across North America, the pervasiveness of psychological issues on university campuses is becoming increasingly concerning. As such, university counselling clinics and health centres are currently being taxed and staff and administrators are scrambling to keep up with the growing demands. While...
The goal of this study was to obtain an in-depth understanding of how individuals’ perceive their experiences with risky sexual behaviour. Narrative inquiry and an analysis of narratives were used to explore four participants’ experiences. Three broad common themes emerged from a thorough...
The impact of sexual assault on the romantic relationships of female survivors: reflections from mental health professionalsDownload
The purpose of the present study was to examine the perceptions of mental health professionals regarding the impact of female sexual assault on heterosexual romantic relationships. Specifically, the implications of non-partner sexual assault were investigated. A qualitative approach was selected...
Two sides to the coin: An exploration of helpful and hindering supervision events contributing to psychologist competenceDownload
Clinical supervision is one of the most important aspects of a trainee’s development as a professional psychologist, as it fosters the refinement of knowledge and skills necessary for competent and ethical practice (Falender & Shafranske, 2010). It combines teaching, consulting, and supporting...