|The Relationship between Religion, Social Interest, and Wellness in Adults
||The primary purpose of the study was to explore the relationship between religion, social interest, and wellness in adults. A stratified random sample was taken of faculty, staff, and students at a university with 125 individuals participating in the...
|Mortality salience and worldview defense: the effect of death awareness and self-esteem on multicultural counseling competence
||The purpose of this study, based on Terror Management Theory (TMT; Solomon et al., 1991) and Multicultural Counseling Competency literature, was to investigate a) how increased death awareness affects counselors' self evaluations of their MCCs, b) ho...
|The relationship between wellness, emotion regulation, and relapse in adult outpatient substance abuse clients
||Relapse prevention is a critical factor in recovery from substance abuse problems (NIDA, 2009). Treatment has been shown to influence positive recovery trajectories, yet relapse is a considerable complication both during and after treatment (Doweiko,...
|Alternate forms of adjustment in adult women survivors of CSA: the relationship between wellness, resilience, and post-traumatic growth
||Women disproportionately experience victimization as children, with at least one in five women reporting a history of child sexual abuse. The short and long term effects, both physical and emotional, are significant, negative, and pervasive, making C...