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  • Men’s Rehabilitation Therapy Thesis

    Men’s Rehabilitation Therapy Thesis

    Men’s Rehabilitation Therapy Thesis We’ve come into a dynamic and challenging era in the new age of Gender in the United States. As sexual equity has increased, creating more egalitarian opportunities for both men and women. The challenges of sexual fluidity, the marginalized intersex community and the cohesive definition of gender remain as frontiers to…

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  • Dysmorphia and Disability

    Dysmorphia and Disability

    ABSTRACT This paper explores the relationship of identity on disability and employment. Age, race, congenital development and acquisition affect aspects of an individual’s self-image, esteem, efficacy and identity in relationship to their diagnosis and interaction with their social and physical environment. The paper will initially explore the definitions of self image and self-concept and then…

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  • X-Men as Vocational Rehabilitaiton Archetype

    X-Men as Vocational Rehabilitaiton Archetype

    Marvel’s X-Men: A Literary Archetype for the VR Counseling Field ABSTRACT In the 1960s, Stan Lee and Marvel Comics premiered X-Men. The book was an enthralling narrative of people born with congenital or genetic characteristics that made them different from the rest of society at large. These differences–sometimes extraordinary powers, sometimes extraordinary disabilities were accordingly…

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