At the end of 2015 there were 123000 asylum seekers and refugees in the uk 1 asylum seekers and refugees face unique and complex challenges related to their mental health and they are often at greater risk of developing a mental health problem asylum seekers and refugees are more likely to experience poor mental health than the local population 2 including higher rates of depression ptsd and other anxiety disorders 34. Mental health of refugees and asylum seekers presents both the theoretical and practical aspects of the mental health needs of refugees and asylum seekers it looks at the impact of migration on mental health and adjustment collective trauma individual identity and diagnostic fallacies a practical section highlights cultural factors ethno psychopharmacology therapeutic interaction therapeutic expectation and psychotherapy the final part focuses on special problems such as . While any section of society can be affected by mental health problems refugees and asylum seekers are particularly susceptible refugees are 500 more likely to have mental health needs compared with the general uk population and 61 of asylum seekers experience serious mental distress unfortunately secondary healthcare data indicates that refugees and asylum seekers are also less likely to receive mental health support than the general population. The severity of the impact of the asylum seeking process on these twoindividuals and the implications of this for their partners and the children involved further highlights the need for improvement in the approach to mental health care for asylum seekers this includes full and careful assessment of their claims for seeking refugee status i believe that training in trans cultural aspects of psychiatric care should be introduced early in the curriculum for psychiatric training. Mental health of refugees and asylum seekers amazonde bhugra dinesh craig tom bhui kamaldeep fremdsprachige bucher
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