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The Mental Health of Refugees: Ecological Approaches To Healing and Adaptation / Edition 1

The Mental Health of Refugees: Ecological Approaches To Healing and Adaptation / Edition 1

by Kenneth E. Miller, Lisa M. Rasco
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ISBN-13: 9780805841732
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 03/18/2004
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 448
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.91(d)

Table of Contents

Contents: Preface. K.E. Miller, L.M. Rasco, An Ecological Framework for Addressing the Mental Health Needs of Refugee Communities. Part I: Programs in Africa and Asia. M. Wessells, C. Monteiro, Internally Displaced Angolans: A Child-Focused, Community-Based Intervention. J. Hubbard, N. Pearson, Sierra Leonean Refugees in Guinea: Addressing the Mental Health Effects of Massive Community Violence. W.A.C.M van de Put, M. Eisenbruch, Internally Displaced Cambodians: Healing Trauma in Communities. R. Tribe, Family Rehabilitation Centre Staff, Internally Displaced Sri Lankan War Widows: The Women's Empowerment Programme. K. Kostelny, M. Wessells, Internally Displaced East Timorese: Challenges and Lessons of Large-Scale Emergency Assistance. Part II: Programs in South and North America. J.E.B. Cuéllar, Internally Displaced Columbians: The Recovery of Victims of Political Violence Within a Psychosocial Framework. S. Weine, S. Feetham, Y. Kulauzovic, S. Besic, A. Lezic, A. Mujagic, J. Muzurovic, D. Spahovic, M. Zhubi, J. Rolland, I. Pavkovic, Bosnian and Kosovar Refugees in the United States: Family Interventions in a Services Framework. J. Goodkind, P. Hang, M. Yang, Hmong Refugees in the United States: A Community Based Advocacy and Learning Intervention. Part III: Critical Issues. J. Hubbard, K.E. Miller, Evaluating Ecological Mental Health Interventions in Refugee Communities. L.M. Rasco, K.E. Miller, Innovations, Challenges, and Critical Issues in the Development of Ecological Mental Health Interventions With Refugees.

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