The Mental Health of Refugees: Ecological Approaches to Healing and Adaptation
Miller, Kenneth E. (ed.)
Rasco, Lisa M. (ed.)
Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers
2004, 429 pages
This book offers a unique angle of vision from which to consider how mental health professionals can respond effectively to the psychological needs of communities displaced by war and other forms of political violence. The view represents a departure from the medical model that has guided most mental health research and intervention with refugees. -Description from source
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