|Title: Study Protocol: Psychoeducationon Attachment and Narcissism as Treatment of Sex Addiction|
|Keywords: Sex Addiction; Treatment; Psychoeducation; Attachment; Narcissism|
|Authors: Christine Rhodes & Yasuhiro Kotera|
|File: Psychoeducation on Attachment (10 downloads)|
|Title: Experiences of suffering and therapeutic nomadism of Mayan people with seizures in the Highlands of Chiapas, Mexico|
|Keywords: Epilepsy, Stigma, Indigenous peoples, Mental Illness, Therapeutic Nomadism, Therapeutic Itineraries, Experiences of Suffering|
|Authors: Enrique Eroza & Rubén Muñoz Martínez|
|File: Experiences of suffering and therapeutic nomadism (20 downloads)|
|Title: Psycho-social adaptation in patients with paranoid schizophrenia addicted to synthetic cannabinoids (spice)|
|Keywords: Synthetic Cannabinoids, Schizophrenia, Psycho-social Adaptation Comorbidity, Abuse|
|Authors: Georgy Yu. Selivanov & Nikolay, A. Bokhan|
|File: Psycho-social adaptation (9 downloads)|
|Title: Traumatic Life Events and Psychological Well-being Among Palestinian Adolescents: The Mediating Role of Resilience|
|Keywords: Traumatic life events; Psychological well-being; Resilience; Palestinian adolescents.|
|Authors: Fayez Mahamid, Dana Bdier, & Priscilla Chou|
|File: Traumatic Life Events (10 downloads)|
|Title: Comorbid Relationships in the Formation of Addictive Behaviour and Affective Symptoms in Adolescents|
|Keywords: comorbidity, addictive behaviour, substance use, risk of depression, adolescents|
|Authors: Bairma, A., Dashieva, Irina, S. Karaush, & Irina, E. Kupriyanova|
|File: Comorbid Relationships (4 downloads)|
|Title: Mapping Stories of Cause and Cure Using Story Stem Completion: Mental Distress in the Evangelical Christian Community. A Study Protocol|
|Keywords: Protocol; qualitative; story completion; Christianity; religious beliefs; stigma; aetiology; mental health; help-seeking|
|Authors: Christopher E. M. Lloyd|
|File: Mapping Stories (29 downloads)|
Chapter title: Perfectionism, self-esteem and aggression in college students
Author: Abel Nogueira-López
Affiliation: European Atlantic University, Spain
Abel Nogueira-López is an Associate Professor at European Atlantic University. Abel Nogueira López completed his Ph.D. in Physical Activity and Sport Sciences. Dr. Nogueira is currently developing a research program examining the role of exercise in health and psychological well-being among youth and amateur athletes.
Chapter title: Grief
Author: Amanda Howlett-Long, M.Ed.
Affiliation: Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada
Amanda Howlett-Long is a Student Advising Officer at Olds College in Alberta and has worked in the field of post-secondary education since her second year of university. She completed her Master of Education in Post-Secondary Studies in 2021 through Memorial University of Newfoundland, and her Bachelor of Applied Science (Honours) in Psychology from the University of Guelph-Humber in 2014. Amanda has always had a passion for helping students succeed and took on a special interest in studying grief after the loss of her dad in 2018. Her hobbies include five-pin bowling, card making, scrapbooking, and reading.
Chapter title: Reconstructing the lifeworld of mainland college students in Hong Kong: Personal strivings and mental health challenges
Author: James L. Yu, Ph.D.
Affiliation: Hang Seng University of Hong Kong, China
James L. Yu, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist and visiting assistant professor at Hang Seng University in Hong Kong. He is a member of the editorial board of the Journal of Asia Pacific Counseling. He has been heavily influenced by phenomenological, existential-humanistic, and psychodynamic traditions. His research interests include qualitative case studies, mental health interventions, theoretical psychology and evidence-based practice.
Chapter title: How do Punjabi Speaking International Students Access and Utilize Mental-Health Resources in the Greater Toronto Area?
Author: Bhupinder Singh Bains, Ed.D. student
Affiliation: University of Toronto, Canada
Bhupinder Singh Bains is currently completing his EdD in Counselling Psychology and Psychotherapy at the University of Toronto. While doing so, he is also serving to support the mental well-being of a diverse student population as an on-campus counsellor. His practice and approach in cognitive behavioural therapy, mindfulness, emotion-focused therapy have evolved over a period of twenty-one years from listening and attuning to understand the uniquely diverse perspectives of forensic, rehabilitative (acute, sub-acute and chronic pain), community-based, and post-secondary student populations.