About Dr. Denise Hall

Dr. Hall's background includes a Communications degree at SFU and a MA in Counselling Psychology from the Adler School of Professional Psychology in Vancouver and Chicago. Also the author completed a Doctorate program in Clinical Psychology from California Southern University.In 2015 as a result of Dr. Hall’s doctorate research on organizational health she published in Harm’s Way: Health Care Workers at Risk an argument for organizational change. Dr.Hall took poetry writing at UBC (Lorna Crozier) and Creative Writing courses from Langara College including FreeLance Magazine writing and Write the Wild Horse. The author has published articles through the Rehab Review and Rehab Matters magazine of the Vocational Rehabilitation Association of Canada (Compassion Fatigue, Dual Relationships, and Pain Disorders) and was on their Editorial review board. Dr. Hall also published articles in Cognica (Compassion Fatigue) the magazine of the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association and the International Network in Personal Meaning (Forgiveness). Both Dr. Hall's websites have Blogs: Http://www.ravenvocationalconsulting.ca focuses on work related and career issues and Http://www.drdenisehalltherapist.com focuses on personal growth issues, such as stress, depression, analyzing dreams, fear and anger.
8 05, 2022

STRAIGHT TALK ABOUT THE WAR ON WOMEN

By |2022-05-08T14:55:52-07:00May 8, 2022|psycho-education, Psychology, Sexual assault, Social justice, Workplace harassment|0 Comments

Possibility is not a luxury; it is as crucial as bread  - Judith Butler Not only are women and children at risk of  domestic violence, sexual assault and harassment in the workplace; the Supreme court of the US wants to place [...]

3 03, 2020

FOSTERING ‘HARDINESS’ IN CHALLENGING TIMES?

By |2022-05-06T15:36:26-07:00March 3, 2020|Communication information, psycho-education, Psychology, Uncategorized|1 Comment

Dr. Denise E. Hall I found this article I wrote in 2012 and I thought it would be very timely given the challenges we are facing with COVID-19. We have lots of organizations and web resources to provide support during [...]

5 06, 2018

WILLFUL BLINDNESS

By |2022-05-06T15:36:52-07:00June 5, 2018|Communication information, psycho-education, Sexual assault, Social justice, Workplace harassment|1 Comment

The subject of my book is the psychological health of professional helpers’ workplaces. The material used for this blog is partly from the manuscript completed in 2013 for my Doctorate in Clinical Psychology. My purpose is to bring more awareness [...]

11 01, 2018

VICTIMS OF SEXUAL ASSAULT SPEAK OUT: BUT HAS ANYTHING REALLY CHANGED?

By |2022-05-06T15:13:29-07:00January 11, 2018|Communication information, psycho-education, Psychology, Sexual assault, Social justice, Workplace harassment|0 Comments

I have been working for 30+ years in the social services and counselling field and sadly nothing really changes when it comes to sexual assault reporting and convictions. Despite the #Me Too movement upping the conversation on sexual harassment in [...]

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