Wilderness therapy is an age-appropriate and effective group treatment that may hold particular appeal for at‑risk youth who are less responsive to conventional forms of psychological treatment, write Carina Ribe Fernee and colleagues.
Our pre/post-test study indicates that a systematic program with weekend gatherings aimed at helping bereaved parents with complicated grief, can have a beneficial effect, write Atle Dyregrov and Rolf Gjestad.
Our study confirms that sickness presenteeism, sickness absenteeism, and long-term health are associated with common psychosocial workplace factors that include attendance pressure, write Ingrid Steen Rostad and colleagues.
In our interview study, people found the waiting time for treatment at a community specialist mental health center to be hard and frustrating, yet they also developed valuable coping strategies, write Eva Biringer and colleagues.
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