Dissertations and Theses

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Abandonment or autonomy: How do social workers know the difference?
Contributors:
Louise Holland (author), Dawn Hemingway (Thesis advisor), University of Northern British Columbia (Degree granting institution)
Date:
2011
Document type:
thesis
Investigating how boxing interventions may support youth in northern British Columbia
Contributors:
Trevor Moyah (author), Indrani Margolin (thesis advisor), University of Northern British Columbia College of Arts, Social, and Health Sciences (Degree granting institution), Sarah de Leeuw (committee member), Heather Peters (committee member)
Date:
2017
Document type:
thesis
Studying the efficacy and service users' experience of a cognitive behaviour therapy group for adults experiencing anxiety and/or panic in a community mental health setting.
Contributors:
Lani Ho (author), Bruce Bidgood (Thesis advisor), University of Northern British Columbia (Degree granting institution)
Date:
2011
Document type:
thesis
Clinical perspectives on the integration of mainstream mental health approaches and traditional aboriginal healing practices.
Contributors:
Marcela Rojas (author), Joanna Pierce (Thesis advisor), University of Northern British Columbia (Degree granting institution)
Date:
2014
Document type:
thesis
Tiny specks in microscopes: the impact of human service workers on the lives of parents with intellectual disabilities
Contributors:
Jacqueline Harper (author), Gordon Ternowetsky (Thesis advisor), University of Northern British Columbia (Degree granting institution)
Date:
1997
Document type:
thesis
Women escaping abuse in northern British Columbia:  Attributes and resources that make the most difference.
Contributors:
Cherylynne Greenard-Smith (author), Si Transken (Thesis advisor), University of Northern British Columbia (Degree granting institution)
Date:
2003
Document type:
thesis
The Northern Child and Family Clinic incentives and barriers to utilization: a contradiction
Contributors:
Lyn J. Comeau (author), Glen Schmidt (Thesis advisor), University of Northern British Columbia (Degree granting institution)
Date:
1998
Document type:
thesis
Empowering people with concurrent disorder in a clinical context: a structural perspective.
Contributors:
Curtis Andrew Olaf Venos (author), University of Northern British Columbia (Degree granting institution)
Date:
2015
Document type:
thesis
A shared mental health care model at Whitehorse Hospital, Yukon:  A First Nations and medical perspective.
Contributors:
T. Lynn Scott (author), Glen Schmidt (Thesis advisor), University of Northern British Columbia (Degree granting institution)
Date:
2009
Document type:
thesis
Mothers, problematic substance use, and child welfare in northern British Columbia.
Contributors:
Carol Ann Sanford (author), Glen Schmidt (Thesis advisor), University of Northern British Columbia (Degree granting institution)
Date:
2011
Document type:
thesis
HIV+ Aboriginal women speak of experience and strength in a Northern context.
Contributors:
Randene Wejr (author), Si Transken (Thesis advisor), University of Northern British Columbia (Degree granting institution)
Date:
2011
Document type:
thesis
Routes to transcendence: Disordered eating, substance abuse, and self-injury in young women.
Contributors:
Maria L. McKay (author), Si Transken (Thesis advisor), University of Northern British Columbia (Degree granting institution)
Date:
2009
Document type:
thesis

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