Experiences of suffering and therapeutic nomadism of Mayan people with seizures in the Highlands of Chiapas, Mexico

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)

Mapping Stories of Cause and Cure Using Story Stem Completion: Mental Distress in the Evangelical Christian Community. A Study Protocol

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

Author Biography:

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

Author Biography:

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

Author Biography:

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

Author Biography:

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.