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Vol 50, No 3s (2016): Special Issue - Divorce “Loss and Fear”: Acculturation Stresses Leading to Depression in South Asian Muslim Immigrants in Toronto Abstract  PDF
Saadia Akram-Pall, Roy Moodley
Vol 50, No 4 (2016): Regular Issue Parents’ Parenting Awareness and Depressive Symptoms in Treatment-Referred Youth Abstract  PDF
Kristy L. Boughton, Heidi N. Bailey, Margaret N. Lumley
Vol 49, No 4 (2015): Regular issue University Students’ Coping Behaviours and Perceived Parental Depression: The Role of Hope and Implications for Counsellors Abstract  PDF
Shawna A. Scott, Emily M. Johnson, Julie Hakim-Larson
Vol 50, No 1 (2016): Regular Issue Associations between Depression, Employment, and Relationship Status During the Transition into the Workforce: A Gendered Phenomenon? Abstract  PDF
José F. Domene, Rubab G. Arim
Vol 47, No 3 (2013): Regular Issue The Essence and Mechanisms of Mindfulness In Therapeutic Context Abstract  PDF
Wendy L. Charters
Vol 46, No 3 (2012): Regular Issue Resolving Partnership Ambivalence: A Randomized Controlled Trial of Very Brief Cognitive and Experiential Interventions with Follow-Up Abstract  PDF
Manuel Trachsel, Lara Ferrari, Martin Grosse Holtforth
Vol 44, No 1 (2010) Gender Differences in Factor Scores of Anxiety and Depression among Australian University Students: Implications for Counselling Interventions Abstract  PDF
Vicki Bitsika, Chris F. Sharpley, Therese C. Melham
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