Practical Guide to Therapeutic Work with Asylum-Seekers and Refugees


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Published UK, 2018
This interdisciplinary guide shows practitioners how to achieve effective, therapeutically informed care for refugees. It suggests three core principles to apply when working with refugees: creating a therapeutic relationship to develop trust; bearing witness in order to understand and accurately interpret their experiences; and providing psychoeducation to ensure essential resources to enhance their wellbeing. The case studies and learning activities portray the inherent vulnerability yet underlying strengths of refugees who show such determination to survive adversity.

Understanding: The Refugee Phenomena
Three Core Principles
Working with Groups and Separated Children
Practitioners First Aid and Toolbox

Angela Jalonen is an integrative counsellor in the UK who has worked with asylum seekers and refugees for over 16 years.
Paperback. 172 pages

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