Practical tips from cultural and psychological perspectives.
Including a special addendum on mental health for health and mental health professionals
Clinic Psychology’s Public Mental Health Initiative is proud to present a set of tip sheets based on cultural and psychological best practices, for individuals working with refugees from Syria and surrounding countries in the Middle East. The tips were developed as a collaborative initiative by cross cultural and international psychologists and a few public health workers around the world, and were developed to translate available knowledge to concrete and useful communication and action strategies. The tip sheets include accessible, applicable, succinct, and culturally relevant advice that are meant to be distributed as shared. The goal is to promote positive cross cultural experiences and assist in the transition of, and work with refugees from this region.
These tips draw on culturally appropriate psychological knowledge and available best practices for these areas:
- General Information
- Family and Children
- Building Relationships and Trust
- Migration and Resettlement
- Mental Health (focused on health and mental health professionals)
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Good work, Rehman!
Dr. Abdulrehman, thank you so much for creating this booklet of ideas and tips to work with our new Syrian community members. We have created a link on our Manitoba Association of School Psychologists (MASP) website to this post with the goal of ensuring our members are well informed.