By F. J. C. Azima and N. Grizenko. Madison, CT: International Universities Press, 2002.
The contributors to this book provide a clinical insight into the mental and health problems faced by refugee children in their adopted countries particularly at the time of immigration. By F.
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Immigrants, refugees, and their families may be the main protagonists, but the book actually delivers a much broader and encompassing message about cultural diversity. The book's major contribution is in the study of universal psychosocial phenomena that determine the outcomes in human development.
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By F. Immigration as a third individuation. and Grizenko, N. (Ed. (2002). Authors and affiliations. Madison, CT: International Univerisities Press.
The recognition that the assessment of immigrant children and their families presents . The fourth chapter in the clinical issues section is a case study of a boy from India. The final section of the book addresses training issues.
The recognition that the assessment of immigrant children and their families presents challenges that do not exist in the evaluation of other populations is highlighted. It describes the conflicting forces affecting his integration into Canadian society and addresses some of the interventions employed to help him and his family.
Group psychotherapy for children and adolescents. Fern J. Cramer Azima. Este articulo pone al dia una revision previa realizada por la autora (Azima 1996) e incluye nuevas aplicaciones grupales realizadas pacientes con trastornos de alto riesgo psiquiatico y se centr. More). Cramer Azima, Natalie Grizenko. Active Analytic Group Therapy for Adolescents. Published: 1 January 2003. by Springer Science and Business Media LLC.
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