A Course-Based Qualitative Inquiry into the Lived Educational Experience of Child and Youth Care in Becoming More Authentic
The basic contention of the relational-centred philosophical foundation of CYC practice is that being “authentic” runs much deeper than the notion to “just be yourself”. Being oneself can mean that a self-centred, uncaring person can be authentic by being true to their self-centeredness, which is not the case. From a relational-centred CYC perspective, authenticity is a life‐long process of self‐discovery, humility, and in some instances healing and forgiveness potential.
Department: Child and Youth Care
Faculty Mentor: Dr. Gerard Bellefeuille
Child & Youth Care
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