Published Works of Old

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MacLaurin Building – University of Victoria – Victoria, BC – Canada. This is the place the blood, sweat and tears happened!

 

Understanding Complex Trauma & Attachment – British Journal of Special Education – O’Neill, Guenette, Kitchenham – (2010)

Possible Selves Conference Presentation – Marshall-Guenette – National Career Development Conference, Washington DC (2008)

Magazine Picture Collage in Group Supervision – CJC – Shepard & Guenette – Canadian Journal of Counselling (2010)

Knowledge Translation book chapter – Marshall & Guenette – Cross-cultural journeys: Transferring and Exchanging Knowledge (2011)

Journal of Science Education – Hsu, Roth, Marshall, Guenette – To Be or Not To Be – (Dis) identifying with Science Related Careers (2009)

Indigenizing Counsellor Education – Guenette & Marshall – Canadian Journal of Native Education (2008)

Counselling with First Nations Women – Shepard, O.Neill, Guenette – International Journal for the Advancement of Counselling (2006)

Adolescents’ Science Career aspirations – Marshall, Guenette, et. al.– book chapter – Pacific Crystal: Lessons Learned (2011)

Guenette – International Institute for Qualitative Methodology – Enhancing Participant Voice in Narrative Interviews on Sensitive Topics – Guenette & Marshall (2009)

3 comments on “Published Works of Old

  1. abigler42 says:

    I complement you on the article about complex trauma and attachment. As a trauma survivor who has come a long way, I can only imagine what life would have been like if my parents or teachers had been educated on the subject. It is such a good thing that more emphasis is being put on healing and awareness.

    • Thank you so much for taking the time to read that article – that work was very, very important to me and though now it feels like a different world in my life, I’m so glad I had that learning and experience. I am now bringing it forward into my writing in a differnt form.

  2. abigler42 says:

    I’ve done a lot of research on the subject in my quest for healing and it’s wonderful to see more and more people getting educated. It is lovely that you can bring this into your writing too! 🙂

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