New review article on mental health interventions for refugee children

It is always worth asking whether we need more papers in certain fields. The overwhelming need and expanding interest in refugee children has such an effect at the moment, with the temptation of repeating oneself. On the other hand, as interventions and services pop up as we speak, capturing the latest advances is a contribution in itself.

Maybe the particular interest in this work from Seyda and Julia is our purposeful decision to structure interventions and services according to the different levels of the socioecological systems theory, hence showing the importance of integrated, ideally multi-modal, approaches:

Syrian children school


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