Refugee Mental Health Bibliography
This forty-page bibliography compiles prominent research and literature on refugee mental health, from general information to screening and assessment processes, effective interventions and best practices in therapy, clinical treatment and culturally specific modalities. Its purpose is to provide an available resource for scholars, researchers, service providers, students, and community members who work and provide care to refugees and asylum seekers.
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The English language resource was created or reviewed by a medical professional for quality and accuracy.