Items where Subject is "Race and Culture > Refugees"

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Altschuler, Jenny (2016) Migration, illness and healthcare. Palgrave Macmillan, London. ISBN 9781137378507

Amias, David and Hughes, Gillian and Barratt, Sara (2014) Multi-layered systemic and narrative interventions with refugees and asylum seekers in a community child and adolescent mental health service. Human Systems: The Journal of Therapy, Consultation & Training, 25 (1). pp. 20-30. ISSN 0960-9830


Davidson, Sarah and Yap, S Y and Byrne, A (2011) From refugee to good citizen: A discourse analysis of volunteering. Journal of Refugee Studies, 24 (1). pp. 157-170. ISSN Online: 1471-6925 ; Print 0951-6328 Full text available


Guregård, Suzanne (2009) Open dialogue across cultures: Establishing a therapeutic relationship with the refugee family. DSysPsych thesis, Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust.


Hughes, Gillian (2015) Our asylum system is forcing vulnerable teenagers to relive their trauma. The Guardian . ISSN 0261-3077

Hughes, Gillian and Clayton, Sue (2015) The use of film and creative media to liberate young refugee and asylum-seeking people from disempowering identities: A dialogical approach. In: Liberation practices: Towards emotional wellbeing through dialogue. Routledge, Abingdon, pp. 89-99. ISBN 9781138791138

Hughes, Gillian and Kaur, Pinder (2014) Young men from refugee communities score goals for their future using the Team of Life. Context (134). pp. 25-31. ISSN 0969 1936


Lawlor, David and Sher, Mannie (2016) The use of detention as a defence against intolerable social anxiety towards asylum seekers. Socioanalysis – Special Issue: Seeking Asylum, 18 . pp. 40-52. ISSN 1442-4444


Shahnavaz, Shadi (2014) Traumas of refugees and the impact on couple and family relationships. DSysPsych thesis, Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust. Full text available

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