• Published 2010

tHe meNtal HealtH oF ImmIgraNt aNd reFugee cHIldreN IN caNada : a descrIPtIoN aNd selected FINdINgs From tHe New caNadIaN cHIldreN aNd youtH study ( Nccys )

@inproceedings{Beiser2010tHeMH,
  title={tHe meNtal HealtH oF ImmIgraNt aNd reFugee cHIldreN IN caNada : a descrIPtIoN aNd selected FINdINgs From tHe New caNadIaN cHIldreN aNd youtH study ( Nccys )},
  author={Morton Beiser},
  year={2010}
}
One in five children living in Canada was born either outside the country or to recently arrived immigrants. Helping the children of new settlers adapt to their schools, integrate with the larger society and stay happy and healthy during the process are important goals for all immigrant receiving countries. However, there is a dearth of knowledge about what promotes adaptation and integration on the one hand, and what jeopardizes the well-being of immigrant and refugee children on the other… CONTINUE READING

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