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This study tested the hypothesis that various components of the stress process model were related to negative outcomes (depression, guilt, negative health) in cancer caregivers. This study also tested the hypothesis that psychosocial resources (mastery, socioemotional support) mediated the...
Health care systems worldwide are faced with the challenge of improving the quality of care, closing the knowledge-to-practice gap, and identifying the facilitators in these processes. Knowledge translation that promotes circularity between knowledge and practice is often overlooked. Knowledge...
The “One Question Question,” first coined by Dr. Lorraine M. Wright in 1989, is an interventive question designed to elicit family members’ most pressing needs or concerns within the context of a therapeutic conversation. In this article, two clinical projects analyzed the responses to this...
Outcomes for maternal well-being and behavior as well as difficult child behavior following participation in a 5-day early parenting center residential parenting program were explored. Participants were 44 mothers and their children, the majority presenting with child sleeping difficulties. Data...
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