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Improving the Mental Health of War-Affected Populations
Kenneth E. Miller Ph.D.
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Separating and detaining migrant parents and children isn't just cruel. It's profoundly harmful.
War Child Holland is testing an innovative approach to helping refugee children by supporting the wellbeing of their parents.
A shift in how we do research can help make findings more relevant to real-world practice.
A new report casts intriguing light on the impact of mental health interventions for refugees and others affected by war or disaster.
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Experiential techniques can deepen our mindfulness practice and help us get unstuck from painful patterns.
Research is changing the way we address the mental health needs of refugees.
Here's what we need to understand about loss and grief among people displaced by war.
Refugees can play a unique role as interpreters in psychotherapy. The work can take a toll, however.
Strategies for bringing mindfulness into everyday life.
Stories can help us heal from painful life events. They can also divide us from one another and lead to terrible violence.
Searching for a therapist? Intriguing findings tell us what to look for.
Are refugees a threat to the safety of Americans? Research suggests we needn't be afraid.
If we want to help children exposed to armed conflict, we would do well to heed the findings of recent studies.
If we really want to help refugees succeed, here are five myths we need to get beyond.
Kenneth E. Miller, Ph.D., a psychologist and writer currently based in Amsterdam, is the author of War Torn: Stories of Courage, Love, and Resilience.