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Trauma and Resilience Among Refugee and Undocumented Immigrant Women
Migration and resettlement processes are often characterized by stressful and traumatic experiences. Immigrants may experience premigration trauma in their countries of origin and trauma during theirExpand
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Decolonizing "multicultural" counseling through social justice /
Decolonizing "multicultural" counseling through social justice / , Decolonizing "multicultural" counseling through social justice / , کتابخانه دیجیتال و فن آوری اطلاعات دانشگاه امام صادق(ع)
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Parents and GPs at cross-purposes over hyperactivity: a qualitative study of possible barriers to treatment.
BACKGROUND Although childhood hyperactivity is a common, serious, and treatable disorder, most affected children in Britain do not receive effective treatment. AIM To investigate the views thatExpand
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The transgenerational trauma and resilience genogram
The understanding of trauma within counseling has expanded to include the salience of ecosystemic factors and to acknowledge the importance of multicultural and social justice considerations.Expand
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The Use of Mindfulness in Trauma Counseling
Although there is increasing support for the use of mindfulness-based interventions in counseling, there has been little discussion of its use in trauma counseling. We explore the use of mindfulnessExpand
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A Liberatory Approach to Trauma Counseling: Decolonizing Our Trauma-Informed Practices
Over the past 15 years, human service providers have begun using the term “trauma-informed” to describe the delivery of services that are informed by an understanding of trauma. This marks anExpand
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Applying Critical Consciousness: Culturally Competent Disaster Response Outcomes
The authors explored the use of critical consciousness as a training tool to provide effective, culturally competent disaster response counseling services to disaster-affected communities. TheExpand
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Transgenerational Trauma and Child Sexual Abuse: Reconceptualizing Cases Involving Young Survivors of CSA
While current research on child sexual abuse (CSA) has delineated the immediate and long-term effects of sexual trauma, little has been written about intergenerational influences on the presence andExpand
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Traumatic Stress, Socioeconomic Status, and Academic Achievement Among Primary School Students
Students from lower socioeconomic status (SES) families continue to underachieve within the educational setting; however, little research has examined how psychological trauma may be related to thisExpand
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A Better Life? Immigrant Mothers’ Experiences Building Economic Security
Immigrants comprise 13 % of the US population. Immigrant families often come to the US for a better life and to improve their economic opportunities; however, immigrants experience higher levels ofExpand
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