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Psychological Well Being of Child and Adolescent Refugee and Asylum Seekers

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Bibliographic information:

 

Thomas, Trang, and Winnie Lau. [2002]. Psychological Well Being of Child and Adolescent Refugee and Asylum Seekers: Overview of Major Research Findings of the Past Ten Years. Sydney: National Inquiry into Children in Immigration Detention, Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission. 

 


Abstract:

 

Synthesis of a decade of research on the mental health of child and adolescent refugees and asylum seekers.  The authors note the databases they searched and provide a list of keywords.  The paper is organized around the key themes and major findings that emerged from the literature, including post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), the presence of more than one mental health issue, and risk and protective factors (or vulnerability and resilience).  Over 120 references are listed. 

 


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Psychology

Youth

 


Resource type:

 

Report

 


 

 

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