24th Dec 2015

Which type of counseling has a higher success rate? Religious or non-religious?

If you are in need of counseling, there are a lot of options to choose from. Most forms of counseling, ranging from marriage or drug counseling, have different approaches that...

11th Dec 2015
workplace wellness

Health as a concept: The focus of workplace wellness today?

Health is certainly the focus of worksite wellness programs today. It is important for your program to have clarity of focus, right? A look at the definitions of health doesn’t...

05th Dec 2015
Student behavior management.

Ten reasons educators need training in student behavior management.

Considering the number and severity of bullying incidents and their tragic consequences, it’s obvious something must be done. This starts, however before the behavior progresses to such a serious level...

25th Nov 2015
Stress to impress leads to bullying.

‘Stress to impress’ leads to bullying.

Every year over 3.2 million students fall prey to bullying at school resulting in around 160,000 students staying home, not willing to go back to school. Approximately half of youth...

17th Nov 2015
Bully.

Bullying may do more damage to mental health than child abuse.

The various abuses and traumas I’ve suffered include childhood sexual abuse; being kidnapped by a group of young men; babysitting two small children and having the estranged father return drunk...

29th Oct 2015
Telephone counseling: The right solution for you?

How to know if telephone counseling is the right solution for you?

For most people, making the choice to seek professional help for their personal challenges is not an easy one. It’s important to know if telephone counseling is the right solution...

10th Oct 2015
Indian residential school.

Residential school survivors face long waits for counselling, healing services | BC News

A Winnipeg healing centre is struggling to keep up with demand from residential school survivors for counselling services. “Some people have given up because they’ve been waiting since December 2012,”...

22nd Sep 2015
Man apologized to his victim for bullying 20 years after the fact

Teen bullying victims twice as likely to have adult depression, according to University of Oxford study | ISchoolGuide

Teen bullying victims are twice as likely to develop depression in adulthood, according to a University of Oxford study published June 2 in the British Medical Journal. Study researcher Lucy...

26th Aug 2015
Best friend or worst enemy: How to characterize yourself?

Best friend or worst enemy: How to characterize yourself?

We all have people in our lives that we would consider to be enemies. If I asked you who your worst enemy was, what would your answer be? If you...

01st Aug 2015
US Army internet cyberbullying.

Army set to crack down on cyber bullying. | Army Times

“Cyber bullying among service members is getting out of hand, and Army leaders are calling on soldiers to straighten up — or face some career-ending consequences. In an All-Army Activities message issued...

29th Jul 2015
Is the likelihood of being a bully genetic?

Local study adds weight to theory bullying is genetic; anti-bullying advocate troubled. | NEWS 1130

Do bullies learn their behaviour or is it inherited?   Research out of SFU is adding weight to a new theory that bullying can be genetic, and the criminology professor...

16th Jul 2015
Mild mental health problems as children can have an effect as adults.

Even mild mental health problems in children can cause trouble later | NPR

It’s not easy for a child who has had mental health issues to make a successful transition into adulthood. But even children who have symptoms that are mild enough that...

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