Refuge and Resilience Promoting Resilience and Mental Health among Resettled Refugees and Forced Migrants /
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Abstractedited by Laura Simich, Lisa Andermann.
Preafce: Laurence Kirmayer -- 1: Editor's Introduction: Laura Simich -- 2: What is resilience and how does it relate to the refugee experience? Historical and theoretical perspectives: Wade E. Pickren -- 3: Social determinants of refugee mental health: Farah N. Mawani -- 4: The debate about trauma and psychosocial treatment for refugees: Clare Pain, Pushpa Kanagaratnam, Donald Payne -- 5: Reflections on using a cultural psychiatry approach to assessing and fortifying refugee resilience in Canada: Lisa Andermann -- 6: Personal and social forms of resilience: Research with Southeast Asian and Sri Lankan Tamil refugees in Canada: Morton Beiser -- 7: Social support in refugee resettlement: Miriam Stewart -- 8: Newcomer youth self-esteem: A community-based mixed methods study of Afghan, Columbian, Sudanese and Tamil youth in Toronto, Canada: Nazilla Khanlou, Yogendra Shakya, Farah Islam, Emma Oudeh -- 9: Newcomer refugee youth as 'resettlement champions' for their families: Vulnerability, resilience and empowerment: Yogendra Shakya, Sepali Guruge, Michaela Hynie, Sheila Htoo, Arzo Akbari, Barinder Jandu, Rabea Murtaza, Megan Spasevski, Nahom Berhane and Jessica Forster -- 10: A social entrepreneurship framework for mental health equity: The program model of the Canadian Centre for Victims of Torture: Sean A. Kidd, Kwame J. McKenzie, Mulegeta Abai -- 11: The role of settlement agencies in promoting refugee resilience: Biljana Vasilevska -- 12: Mental healthcare policy for refugees In Canada:Kwame McKenzie and Andrew Tuck -- 13: Supporting human trafficking survivor resiliency through comprehensive case management: Lauren Pesso -- 14: Migrant mental health, law and detention: Impacts and alternatives: Chelsea Davis.