Guidelines for Clinical Work with Migrant African Families Affected by Complex and Continuous Traumas

Guidelines for Clinical Work with Migrant African Families Affected by Complex and Continuous Traumas

CSVR has worked with families since the early 1990s, providing direct MHPSS interventions and developing professional insights into the lived experiences of vulnerable groups affected by violence and the intersection of vulnerabilities such as nationality, poverty, health status, inequality, marginalized gender or sexual identities, educational outcomes and so forth.

These guidelines document the ways in which clinicians have worked with migrant families affected by complex and continuous traumas. It provides an overview of the history of CSVR's work with families, its overall process of working with families, as well as the broader themes that have emerged in working with different family members across time.

 

Guidelines for Clinical Work with Migrant African Families Affected by Complex and Continuous Traumas

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CSVR is a multi-disciplinary institute that seeks to understand and prevent violence, heal its effects and build sustainable peace at the community, national and regional levels.

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