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  • Howard, Lisa (Sciedu Press, 2018)
    Background and objective: Motivational interviewing (MI) is a communication style adopted by health professionals to support patient-centered decision making about behavior change. Little is known about how patients respond ...
  • Lee, Bonnie K. (Blackwell PublishingHealth SciencesUniversity of Lethbridgehttps://doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-6427.2012.00588.x, 2012)
    Relationship patterns before and after pathological gambling were investigated qualitatively using eight in-depth clinical case studies in which one partner met Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders-IV ...
  • Lee, Bonnie K. (Blackwell PublishingHealth SciencesUniversity of Lethbridgehttps://doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-6427.2012.00591.x, 2012)
    In an illustrative clinical case study, congruence is depicted as the fifth circuit in a relational framework to extricate gambler and spouse from pathological gambling and its after-effects. Congruence couple therapy poses ...
  • Lee, Bonnie K.; Rovers, Martin; MacLean, Lynne (Prepared for the Ontario Problem Gambling Research CentreSchool of Health SciencesUniversity of LethbridgeSt. Paul UniversityUniversity of Ottawa, 2006-04-06)
    Congruence Couple Therapy (CCT) is a new, humanistic, systemic model for problem gambling treatment. In the development of empirically supported treatments, counsellor training is a critical step. This study evaluates the ...
  • Lee, Bonnie K.; Rovers, Martin; MacLean, Lynne (Taylor & FrancisSchool of Health SciencesSchool of Health SciencesUniversity of LethbridgeSt Paul UniversityUniversity of Ottawahttps://doi.org/10.1080/14459790701878129, 2008)
    Congruence Couple Therapy (CCT) is an integrative, humanistic, systemic model for problem gambling treatment. This study evaluates the efficacy of CCT training in imparting key concepts, skills and values of CCT to a sample ...
  • Nixon, Gary (American Academy of PsychotherapistsSchool of Health SciencesUniversity of Lethbridge, 2001)
    This paper looks at the problem of world collapse and absolute hopelessness. Typically, as demonstrated by an opening case example, Western psychological approaches encourage a retreat from the abyss of nothingness. Even ...
  • Lee, Bonnie K.; Fong, Mary; Solowoniuk, Jason (Tung Wah Group of Hospitals and The Chinese University of Hong KongSchool of Health SciencesUniversity of LethbridgeChinese Family Services of Ontario, 2007)
    The contribution of immigration stress to the development of pathological gambling is complex to delineate. Four in-depth case studies of Chinese who emigrated from Hong Kong to Canada in the years 1968 to 1974 reveal a ...
  • Kulig, Judith Celene; Edge, Dana; Joyce, Brenda (Journal of Rural and Community DevelopmentFaculty of Health SciencesDepartment of NursingUniversity of Lethbridge, 2008)
    Community resiliency is a theoretical framework and social process that attempts to explain how communities address adversity. Generating information about this concept has largely been accomplished through qualitative ...
  • Luft, Toupey M. (Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy AssociationHealth SciencesCity University of SeattleUniversity of Lethbridge, 2016)
    Since its introduction in 1989, eye movement desensitization and reprocessing therapy (EMDR) has gained a solid body of evidence for its efficacious use in treating trauma and its effects. The process of divorce is likely ...
  • Nixon, Gary (Centre for Addiction and Mental HealthSchool of Health SciencesUniversity of Lethbridge, 2003-05)
    This is a case review with a slight difference. Mary M. is not a real person. She represents a composite of the "average" woman with gambling problems based on research conducted by Roberta Boughton, Problem Gambling ...
  • Williams, Robert J.; Nowatzki, Nadine R. (Taylor & FrancisSchool of Health SciencesUniversity of Lethbridgehttps://doi.org/10.1081/JA-200049327, 2005)
    The validity of self-report of substance use was examined in 367 adolescents referred for a substance use assessment between 1996 and 2000. Referrals came from a wide variety of sources, including pediatricians, the ...
  • Lee, Bonnie K.; Yanicki, S. M.; Solowoniuk, Jason (Network: Towards Unity for HealthHealth SciencesUniversity of Lethbridge, 2011-08)
    This article reports on the value of a reflection assignment in an undergraduate health promotion course for Addictions Counseling students at the University of Lethbridge, a mid-sized university in Western Canada. The ...
  • Kulig, Judith Celene; Hall, Barry; Grant Kalischuk, Ruth (Rural and Remote HealthHealth SciencesDepartment of NursingUniversity of Lethbridge, 2006)
    Introduction: The current available literature does not present the viewpoints of rural youths regarding the meaning of violence. Design: A mixed method exploratory, descriptive study was conducted to generate information ...
  • Roberts, Larry E.; Williams, Robert J.; Farrell, V. T.; Keleher, B.; Marlin, Richard G. (Blackwell PublishingMcMaster UniversityMcMaster University, 1980-05)
    Visceral learning may be depicted as a process in which subjects seek information about the behavioral goal. Concepts of this goal are based initially upon procedural details of training and are modified as feedback ...
  • Roberts, Larry E.; Marlin, Richard G.; Keleher, B.; Williams, Robert J. (North HollandMcMaster UniversityMcMaster University, 1982)
    One purpose of this paper is to describe some experiments that have examined what subjects learn about a visceral target as a consequence of training on a feedback task. Initially this research was undertaken to explore ...
  • Reed, Alyssa; Williams, Robert J.; Wall, Patricia A.; Hasselback, Paul (Canadian Public Health AssociationMedicineUniversity of Calgary, 2004-09)
    Reed et al try to answer questions with regard to waiting time for breast cancer treatment in Alberta. After conducting the study, they conclude that only 44% of women had a waiting time of 14 or less as recommended by the ...
  • Lee, Bonnie K. (Ontario Problem Gambling Research CentreSchool of PsychologyUniversity of Ottawa, 2002-04-08)
    This report presents the first qualitative and quantitative findings from the postdoctoral research project on the application of a humanistic, integrative, system-based Congruence Couples Therapy for problem gambling. ...
  • Lee, Bonnie K. (Centre for Addiction and Mental HealthHealth SciencesUniversity of Lethbridge, 2014)
    In their article ‘‘Applying the codependency concept to significant others of problem gamblers: Words of caution’’, Calderwood and Rajesparam critique the codependency concept and highlight its problems when applied to ...
  • Wood, Robert T.; Williams, Robert J.; Lawton, Paul K. (Centre for Addiction and Mental HealthSchool of Health SciencesArts and ScienceSociologyUniversity of Lethbridge, 2007-06)
    At a time when land-based gambling opportunities are widely available, why might some people choose or prefer to gamble on the Internet? We investigate this question using qualitative and quantitative data collected from ...
  • Kulig, Judith Celene; Stewart, Norma; Penz, K.; Forbes, D.; Morgan, D.; Emerson, P. (Public Health NursingHealth SciencesDepartment of NursingUniversity of Lethbridgehttps://doi.org/10.1111/j.1525-1446.2009.00801.x, 2009)
    Objective: To describe community satisfaction and attachment among rural and remote registered nurses (RNs) in Canada. Design and Sample: Cross-sectional survey of rural and remote RNs in Canada as part of a multi-method ...