Psychology in the Snow: Reflections on Mental Wellness in the North

A collaboration between Metis counselling psychologist, Dr. Lloyd Hawkeye Robertson, and European-Canadian independent journalist, Scott Douglas Jacobsen. The purpose of this text is the provision of a public resource focused on presenting a social scientific account of issues in society and the aspects of counseling psychology capable of handling them.” — Scott Jacobsen VANCOUVER, BRITISH […]

NEP president’s presentation to the International Interdisciplinary Conference on Men’s Experiences with Violence and Victimization 2022

How My Work Led Me to Question the DV Narrative and Investigate Male Stigma An International Interdisciplinary Conference onFatherhood and Men’s Experiences with Violence and Victimization September 15, 2022 Toronto, Ontario, Canada Lloyd Hawkeye Robertson, Presenter I am a psychologist with an interest in the study of the self. I am also President of the […]

Open Letter to the Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ)

Concerning the Hijab Worn by Young Girls The controversy continues in the case of the photo of a little girl wearing the hijab, published on the cover of the Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ). The very relevant letter from eminent pediatric surgeon, Dr Sherif Emil, entitled “Don’t use an instrument of oppression as a symbol […]

Year of the Virus: Understanding the contagion effects of wokism

February 22, 2021Author: Dr. Lloyd Hawkeye Robertson, University of Regina, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada Individual Publication Date: February 22, 2021Web Domain: http://www.nep-humanism.caWords: 8,018 Abstract Wokism has become a major force in Western political culture with manifestations in Black Lives Matter, transgenderism, cancel culture, political correctness and various social justice movements. Examinations of this phenomenon have focused […]