Canadian Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy

Articles from Vol. 49, No. 1, January

Aspiring Ballerinas and Implications for Counselling Practice/Ballerines En Herbe et Implications Pour la Pratique Du Counseling
Many young girls dream of becoming professional ballerinas. They spend years training rigorously, only to realize their goal is unattainable. Although this is an experience shared by many aspiring ballerinas, it has received little attention. The aim...
Couples' Experiences of Vulnerability When Participating in the Reflecting Team Process: A Case Study/Les Experiences De Vulnerabilite Vecues Par Des Couples Participant a Une Demarche D'equipe Reflechissante: Etude De Cas
Despite the belief by some researchers that vulnerability has a pivotal role in the therapeutic process and relationship outcomes (Johnson & Greenberg, 1988; Scheinkman & Fishbane, 2004), there are no research studies on clients' experiences...
Female University Students Working in the Sex Trade: A Narrative Analysis/Les Etudiantes a L'universite Travaillant Dans L'industrie Du Sexe : Une Analyse Narrative
Female university students working in the sex trade constitute a growing phenomenon (Sinacore & Lech, 2011). The literature indicates that the primary reason students work in the sex industry is financial. Sex work helps alleviate the financial...
Relational and Spiritual Dimensions of Parental Grieving/ Les Dimensions Relationnelles et Spirituelles Du Deuil Chez Les Parents
Over the past 20 years scholarly interest in the role of spirituality in the health and social sciences has increased significantly (Paloutzian & Park, 2013). Particular attention has been paid to the role of spirituality in coping with a wide...
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