Diana Coholic
Diana Coholic
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Exploring the feasibility and benefits of arts-based mindfulness-based practices with young people in need: Aiming to improve aspects of self-awareness and resilience
DA Coholic
Child & Youth Care Forum 40 (4), 303-317, 2011
Investigating the effectiveness of an arts-based and mindfulness-based group program for the improvement of resilience in children in need
D Coholic, M Eys, S Lougheed
Journal of Child and Family Studies 21 (5), 833-844, 2012
Benefits of an arts-based mindfulness group intervention for vulnerable children
DA Coholic, M Eys
Child and adolescent social work journal 33 (1), 1-13, 2016
Blending Aboriginal and Western healing methods to treat intergenerational trauma with substance use disorder in Aboriginal peoples who live in Northeastern Ontario, Canada
TN Marsh, D Coholic, S Cote-Meek, LM Najavits
Harm Reduction Journal 12 (1), 1-12, 2015
Exploring the helpfulness of arts-based methods with children living in foster care
D Coholic, S Lougheed, S Cadell
Traumatology 15 (3), 64-71, 2009
The helpfulness of holistic arts–based group work with children living in foster care
D Coholic, S Lougheed, J Lebreton
Social Work with Groups 32 (1-2), 29-46, 2009
Moving beyond words: Exploring the use of an arts-based method in Aboriginal community sport research
AT Blodgett, DA Coholic, RJ Schinke, KR McGannon, D Peltier, ...
Qualitative research in sport, exercise and health 5 (3), 312-331, 2013
Arts activities for children and young people in need: Helping children to develop mindfulness, spiritual awareness and self-esteem
D Coholic
Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2010
Incorporating spirituality in feminist social work perspectives
D Coholic
Affilia 18 (1), 49-67, 2003
Spirituality as a guiding construct in the development of Canadian social work: Past and present considerations
J Graham, D Coholic, J Coates
Critical Social Work 7 (1), 1-17, 2006
Navigating the insider-outsider hyphen: A qualitative exploration of the acculturation challenges of Aboriginal athletes pursuing sport in Euro-Canadian contexts
AT Blodgett, RJ Schinke, KR McGannon, DA Coholic, L Enosse, D Peltier, ...
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 15 (4), 345-355, 2014
The helpfulness of spiritually influenced group work in developing self-awareness and self-esteem: A preliminary investigation
D Coholic
TheScientificWorldJOURNAL 5, 789-802, 2005
Christian fundamentalism and anti-oppressive social work pedagogy
S Todd, D Coholic
Journal of Teaching in Social Work 27 (3-4), 5-25, 2007
Promoting resilience within child protection: The suitability of arts-based and experiential group programs for children in care
D Coholic, M Fraser, B Robinson, S Lougheed
Social Work with Groups 35 (4), 345-361, 2012
Mindfulness-based practices as a holistic philosophy and method
R Gause, D Coholic
Currents: Scholarship in the Human Services 9 (2), 2010
Spirituality in social work pedagogy: A Canadian perspective
D Coholic
Journal of Teaching in Social Work 26 (3-4), 197-217, 2006
Spirituality in social work and education: Theory, practice, and pedagogies
J Groen, D Coholic, JR Graham
Wilfrid Laurier Univ. Press, 2013
Student and educator viewpoints on incorporating spirituality in social work pedagogy: An overview and discussion of research findings
D Coholic
Currents: New Scholarship in the Human Services 2 (2), 35-48, 2003
Facilitating arts-based mindfulness group activities with vulnerable children: An example of nondeliberative social group work practice
DA Coholic, V Oystrick, J Posteraro, S Lougheed
Social Work with Groups 39 (2-3), 155-169, 2016
Mindfulness meditation practice in spiritually influenced group work
D Coholic
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