The ACR Journal

Volume 15, Issue 2 - 2021

A systematic literature review exploring evolving and emerging themes in vicarious trauma research from 1990 to 2021, Aiming for Safety: Exploring Potential Dynamics within Line Managed Supervision, Identifying the main components of a counselling modality that is culturally appropriate for an Australian Indigenous community, Significance of ancient Indian wisdom and its relation to professional supervision, Depression: A Comparison of Australian and Indian University Students, Counselling and Hypnotherapy: Together for (almost) the first time, Anxiety - A rapidly worsening epidemic, What Makes Grief Complicated? A Review

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A systematic literature review: exploring evolving and emerging themes in vicarious trauma research from 1990 to 2021 Alison Howarth
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Aiming for Safety: Exploring Potential Dynamics within Line Managed Supervision Carolyn Cousins
Page: 14-21 Click here to download this section
Identifying the main components of a counselling modality that is culturally appropriate for an Australian Indigenous community Katarina Linder
Page: 22-28 Click here to download this section
Significance of ancient Indian wisdom and its relation to professional supervision Savee Bhuvaneswari and Vasuki Mathivanan
Page: 29-32 Click here to download this section
Depression: A Comparison of Australian and Indian University Students Nigar Khawaja, Sibnath Deb and Janine Lurie
Page: 33-42 Click here to download this section
Counselling and Hypnotherapy: Together for (almost) the first time Karen Phillip
Page: 43-51 Click here to download this section
Anxiety A rapidly worsening epidemic Peter Smith
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What Makes Grief Complicated? A Review Jarrod Clarke
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