INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF APPLIED PSYCHOANALYTIC STUDIES
SPECIAL ISSUE ON
TRAUMA, FLIGHT, AND MIGRATION
EDITED BY MARIANNE LEUZINGERBOHLEBER
AND HENRI PARENS.
An editorial by the guest editors, Marianne Leuzinger-Bohleber and Henri Parens.
What and How can Psychoanalysis Contribute in Support of Refugees? Concepts, clinical experiences, and applications in the project STEP-BY-STEP, a pilot project supporting refugees in their initial reception center “Michaelisdorf” in Darmstadt, Germany, by Marianne Leuzinger-Bohleber and Nora Hettich.
Refugees, their situation and treatment needs by Sverre Varvin.
Working with traumatized refugees on the the Balkan route by Vladimir Jovic.
Migration, Social Catastrophes and Traumas in Argentina Mental Health Interventions with Children and Adolescents by Clara Raznoszczyk Scheijtman and Susana Vinocur Fischbein.
Being a Refugee — Reflections and Comments by Henri Parens.
From our most recent issue, Henri Parens’s reflections on the potential consequences for Israelis if their government continues to pursue the current policies in Palestine: The Price of Ill-programmed Self-defense – We Must Face What We Do
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