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Clough, Bonnie A.; Nazareth, Sonia M.; Casey, Leanne M. – British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 2020
International students may have less understanding and awareness of mental health issues and appear unlikely to seek help. The purpose of the current study was to construct and evaluate a brief online educational intervention designed to increase mental health literacy (MHL) and help-seeking among international tertiary students studying in…
Descriptors: Mental Health, Help Seeking, Intervention, Foreign Students
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Farrer, Louise M.; Gulliver, Amelia; Katruss, Natasha; Bennett, Kylie; Bennett, Anthony; Ali, Kathina; Griffiths, Kathleen M. – British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 2020
There is growing recognition of the importance of addressing the mental health needs of young people attending university. Anonymous, scalable, and evidence-based online interventions can help to reduce burden on university services and increase access to care for marginalised or disconnected students. This paper reports the participatory design…
Descriptors: Program Development, Health Services, Mental Health, College Students
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Aebischer Perone, S.; Althaus, F.; Chappuis, F.; Aguirre Zimerman, N.; Martinez, E.; Regel, S. – British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 2020
Following release, former hostages face many challenges and may struggle to regain control over their lives. Research and evidence on how to effectively address the needs of hostages during their release and afterwards is lacking. The International Committee of the Red Cross has extensive experience in managing hostage situations and has…
Descriptors: International Programs, International Organizations, World Affairs, Psychological Patterns
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Bitsika, Vicki; Sharpley, Christopher F. – British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 2020
The associations between sons' challenging behaviour and mothers' anxiety and depression were investigated in four age-subgroups of boys with Autism Spectrum Disorder and their mothers (n = 49). Significant correlations were found only for the 6-yr-old boys' irritability and their mothers' anxiety (r = 0.808) and depression (r = 0.762), and for…
Descriptors: Age Differences, Correlation, Autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorders
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Bechmann Jensen, Torben; Sindahl, Trine Natasja; Wistoft, Jasmin – British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 2020
We explore how children experienced texting with a child helpline, based on 724 qualitative responses representing 586 individual SMS counselling sessions. The data were collected through a questionnaire distributed immediately after receiving counselling and two weeks later. The children expressed the importance of feeling listened to and…
Descriptors: Children, Experience, Telecommunications, Handheld Devices
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Zhang, Ya; Hu, Jing; Evans, Chris; Jin, Li Wei; Wu, Meng Yang; Wang, Chun Yin; Zhang, Xiao Jin; Lu, Wei Hong; Chen, Guo Peng – British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 2020
To develop the Chinese version of Clinical Outcomes in Routine Evaluation-Outcome Measure (CORE-OM) and examine its psychometric properties, we investigated a sample of 689 non-clinical and 309 clinical participants and found this measurement had good acceptability, internal reliability, test-retest reliability and convergent validity; it had…
Descriptors: Chinese, Symptoms (Individual Disorders), Outcome Measures, Reliability
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Altinyelken, Hülya Kosar; Hoek, Lianne; Jiang, Lina – British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 2020
In this study we analysed the potential of a mindfulness programme for improving psychosocial wellbeing among students at a Dutch university. Based on interviews and observations of sessions, the study demonstrated that students joined the programme to manage stress and anxiety, cultivate self-awareness, and regulate difficult emotions. They all…
Descriptors: Student Welfare, Mental Health, Metacognition, Program Effectiveness
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Karaman, Mehmet A.; Vela, Javier Cavazos; Garcia, Christian – British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 2020
In this study, we present the inter-relationships among humanistic and positive psychology factors in explaining Latinx college students' life satisfaction. A modified path model revealed that hope mediated two relationships: that between resilience and life satisfaction, as well as meaning in life and life satisfaction. However, contrary to what…
Descriptors: Resilience (Psychology), Life Satisfaction, Positive Attitudes, Correlation
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Al-Dousari, Mounira; Prior, Seamus – British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 2020
This paper draws upon qualitative research with three Kuwaiti counselling clients to explore how they negotiated accessing counselling in the context of their communities, culture and faith. Contrary to the prevailing view in the literature portraying Islamic faith as a barrier to help-seeking in mental health, these clients view their faith as an…
Descriptors: Counseling, Islam, Religious Factors, Foreign Countries
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Redekopp, Dave E.; Huston, Michael – British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 2019
Work is a significant factor in mental health and wellbeing outcomes. Career development processes can be helpful in finding and managing work trajectories that lead to these as well as additional wellbeing outcomes. Conversely, mental illness can impede the acquisition and retention of suitable work as well as the ability to fully engage in…
Descriptors: Career Development, Work Environment, Well Being, Mental Disorders
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Hunt, Jane – British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 2019
This paper is a report of a qualitative study in which the aim was to investigate how counsellors who identified as practising members of a world religion or faith experienced undertaking counsellor training in the UK. All four participants were final year students on BACP accredited counsellor training programmes and identified as practicing…
Descriptors: Counselor Training, Religious Factors, Student Experience, Foreign Countries
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Prescott, Julie; Hanley, Terry; Ujhelyi Gomez, Katalin – British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 2019
A qualitative approach was used to explore young people's experiences of using synchronous and asynchronous online forums to gain insight into the use of online services for mental health. Nineteen young people took part in two online synchronous focus groups facilitated by the online counselling service, KOOTH.com. Inductive thematic analysis…
Descriptors: Mental Health, Emotional Problems, Social Support Groups, Synchronous Communication
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Robertson, Peter J. – British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 2019
Youth unemployment can be understood as a public health risk. This paper explores the multi-disciplinary literature in this field, and its relevance to support for NEET (not in education, employment or training) young people. Unemployment may have a scarring effect on health, with lifelong consequences for individuals and for society. To the…
Descriptors: Out of School Youth, Youth Employment, Unemployment, Public Health
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Laletas, Stella – British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 2019
For professional school counsellors who work in secondary schools, ethical issues arise more often than in other practice settings. While ethical codes and guidelines provide guidance in decision making, a reliance on ethical principles may still leave professionals open to criticism since such principles can be interpreted to suit the situation.…
Descriptors: Ethics, Decision Making, School Counselors, Secondary Schools
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Bentley, Anne – British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 2019
Tuition fees and increasing mental health needs in students are changing the nature of Higher Education (HE) and creating tensions between HE and embedded counselling services. These are illustrated and explained using Bourdieu's concepts of field and capital. It is recommended that the field of counselling should expand to meet evolving student…
Descriptors: Counseling Services, Mental Health, Health Needs, Higher Education
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