|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...
|EcoWellness: construction & validation of the Reese EcoWellness inventory
||Multidisciplinary scholars have argued the importance of nature in human health for the past several decades (Kellert & Wilson, 1993; Roszak, 1992), and numerous researchers have identified the positive effects of nature on human wellness (Brymer, Cu...
|The relationships between multicultural counseling competence, cultural immersion, & cognitive/emotional developmental styles: implications for multicultural counseling training
||When counselors acquire (a) awareness of one's own enculturation and related biases, (b) knowledge of the worldviews and values of minority populations, and (c) skills for appropriate interventions, they are said to possess the multicultural counseli...