Special issue: New frontiers

From the editor: new frontiers
New frontiers in mental health and psychosocial wellbeing in low resource and conflict affected settings
Rethinking mental health care: bridging the credibility gap
Resource caravans and resource caravan passageways: a new paradigm for trauma responding
War experiences, daily stressors and mental health five years on: elaborations and future directions
Addressing collective trauma: conceptualisations and interventions
Using mixed methods to build knowledge of refugee mental health
Guidelines for the implementation of culturally sensitive cognitive behavioural therapy among refugees and in global contexts
Dissemination and implementation of evidence based, mental health interventions in post conflict, low resource settings
The role of mental health and psychosocial support nongovernmental organisations: reflections from post conflict Nepal
New frontiers: a view to the future

144 pagina's | Amstelveen : Intervention Foundation
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Collective Traumatization, Cross Cultural Treatment, Evidence Based Treatment, Humanitarian Intervention, Interventions, Mental health, Mental health care, Psychosocial support, Refugees, Stressors