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The Development of Self in Relationships: Youths' Narratives of Change Through a Residential, Wilderness and Family Therapy Intervention
One exceptional intervention for youth struggling with addictive behaviour and mental health concerns is Pine River Institute (PRI), a program for youth that combines four distinct types of services: wilderness therapy, ...
The Longitudinal Examination of Body Mass Index and Internalizing Symptoms among Canadian Adolescents
Child and adolescent overweight and obesity issues are a rising concern. The mental health correlates of weight issues for youth are gaining recognition within the literature. However, the cross-sectional literature indicates ...
Perceptions of Mock and Intentional Dating Aggression in Adolescent Males and Females
Self-reports of adolescent physical dating aggression indicate that females perpetrate at equal to or higher rates than males. Before assuming females are more aggressive in their dating relationships, it is necessary to ...
Adolescent and Emerging Adult Help Seeking Using Anonymous Telephone and Live Chat Technology
Kids Help Phone is an on-demand, single-session, bilingual, free, and confidential service for young people in Canada who seek help for mental health issues and problems of daily living. 232 telephone clients and 230 Live ...
The Influence of Physical Activity on Psychological Well-Being Among Adolescents and Emerging Adults
Emerging literature has emphasized the importance of considering psychological factors and individual characteristics that result in both positive and negative outcomes over the course of development. One relatively promising ...