WACIT Free Psychoeducation Resource 4: Meeting the Mental Health Needs of Refugee Children

refugee boyWe will miss Ahmet, who is going back to Turkey but, among several contributions, he captured nicely the key principles of approaching interventions and services for refugee children. It was Ahmet’s interest in vulnerable help-seeking patterns that flavoured his stance of refugee children beyond specific practice implications. Consequently, this is the first WACIT resource that is beginning to ‘speak’ on issues of service planning and delivery, particularly on establishing inter-agency networks and joint care pathways, whatever the resource constraints:




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