Dr. Garske currently chairs the Mental Health and School Counseling Program at Bowling Green State University.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
The Promotion of Stress Management Strategies in Rehabilitation Agencies: A Cost-Effective Measure

Occupational burnout is considered endemic to human service professionals. The focus of this paper will be on the encouragement of personal, professional, and organizational efforts to facilitate the practitioner's well-being.

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Anishinabek Spirituality: Traversing Grief and Loss

This paper attempts to define dimensions of difference through investigating how spiritual practices, of First Nations populations in Canada, can affect an individual’s sense of grieving.

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Psychiatric Rehabilitation: An Effective Strategy for Including People with Severe Mental Illness

Stigmatization, fear, and mistrust regarding people with severe mental Illness remains commonplace. This paper addresses the principles and practices of psychiatric rehabilitation, an effective means of promoting inclusion.

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Stigmatic and Mythical Thinking: Barriers to Recovery and Inclusion for People with Severe Mental Illness

People with severe mental illness can be subjected to public stigma and self-stigma. Both types of stigma can hinder the individual’s recovery and/or social inclusion.

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