Groupwork with Refugees and Survivors of Human Rights Abuses : The Power of Togetherness

Drawing on multiple theoretical approaches, the book features chapters from practitioners running groups in different settings, such as torture rehabilitation services, refugee camps, and reception centres. The voices of participants demonstrate the variety, creativity, and value of group and community approaches for recovery. The editors have gathered chapters into three sections covering: community-based approaches; groups that work through the medium of "body and soul"; and group approaches that focus on change through the spoken word.


The book will be relevant to those working in rehabilitation, community, mental health, and humanitarian fields and are interested in using groupwork as part of their services.

Jude Boyles, Robin Ewart-Biggs, Rebecca Horn, Kirsten Lamb | 2022
260 pagina's | London : Routledge
Human Rights, Human Rights Workers, Refugees, Torture, Violence