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Personal Strengths and Their Influence on Mental Health and Academic Outcomes
Building personal strengths is an inherent part of typical development. Existing research attests to the protective effects of key strengths, such as self-esteem, family connectedness, and positive peer relationships among ...
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, ...
Emerging Adults' Mental Health Literacy and Mental Health First Aid Experiences: A Mixed-Methods Study
Mental health problems are a significant concern in Canada. Prevalence rates suggest that emerging adults are one of the most at risk age groups in terms of experiencing mental health problems. Canada has begun to recognize ...
Walking the Prevention Circle: Bearing Witness to an Indigenous Process for Knowledge Sharing
Knowledge translation (KT) is a key factor in improving approaches to preventing and addressing violence, abuse, and mental health problems. Knowledge sharing in an Indigenous context to improve health outcomes (i.e., ...