His latest research on the subject, published in the journal Critical Social Work, explores the unique issues those people who identify as vampires face when seeking counseling.
As Williams and his co-author Emily Prior explain in the paper, there are “real” vampires, who consume energy (as blood or otherwise), and “lifestyle” vampires, who emulate other aspects of vampire mythology, such as wearing certain clothes or sleeping in coffins. The researchers focused on the “real” ones.
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