Refugees and Mental Health : Post-traumatic Stress, Crises and Diaspora

In Syria, seeing a therapist is considered a sign that you're crazy”. Abdulaziz wishes mental health care was less taboo, especially in the Middle East, where he explains that people need it even more because of the region's problematic history.

Nayla Rida | 2020
Daraj, 27 december 2020
Asylum Seekers, Children, Education, Mental health care, Mental Health Personnel, Middle East, Migration, Netherlands, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Psychoeducation, Psychotrauma, PTSD (en), Refugee Camps, Refugees, Social Support, Social Workers, Syrians, Teachers