2 edition of Music psychotherapy with refugee survivors of torture found in the catalog.
Music psychotherapy with refugee survivors of torture
|Series||Studia musica -- 44, Studia musica -- 44.|
|LC Classifications||ML3920 .A27 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||245 p. :|
|Number of Pages||245|
|LC Control Number||2011409012|
KEY FEATURES: In-depth discussions of theoretical practices show readers how to engage immigrants and refugees in the most culturally appropriate and relevant manner possible.; Coverage of unique topics including practice with survivors of torture, women, LGBTQ immigrants/refugees, and youth provide guiding frameworks and examples for effective practice. Approximately 44% of refugees and asylum-seekers in the U.S. are survivors of torture (Higson-Smith, ). Since the s, Vermont has resettled over 7, refugees from over 25 countries. Many new Vermonters are refugees from Bhutan.
The multi-systemic, multi-component, wraparound psychosocial rehabilitation approach for torture treatment addresses the three systems affected by torture: The individual, family members and the group. Group therapy for torture survivors is an important component of this model. Group therapies in this model extend to community healing. Past estimates of refugee torture survivors in the United States were between , – , However, with the increase in number of arriving refugees, CVT estimates that refugee torture prevalence is as high as 44 percent, indicating that the number of refugee torture survivors in the United States could be as high as million people.
NSC provides targeted supports for survivors of torture and trauma. Philadelphia Partnership for ResilienceNSC is the leading provider of comprehensive supports to immigrant survivors of torture in the Greater Philadelphia region. The only Office of Refugee Resettlement funded Survivors of Torture services program in the region, NSC and partners provide survivors of torture. Torture leaves indelible scars in the mind, body, and cultural world of survivors, compromising their health and well-being. A clearer understanding of biological, psychological, and socio-cultural mechanisms underlying these difficulties is emerging.
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Sami Alanne. Music Psychotherapy with Refugee Survivors of Torture. Interpretations of Three Clinical Case Studies. Sibelius Academy, Studia Musica Author: Sami Alanne.
Music Psychotherapy with Refugee Survivors of Torture. Interpretations of Three Clinical Case Studies. Sibelius Academy, Studia Musica Music Education Department. Doctoral dissertation, pages. The clinical data for this research were derived from three music psychotherapy cases of torture victims who in.
The clinical data for this research were derived from three music psychotherapy cases of torture victims who in to lived as either asylum seekers or refugees in Finland. The patients were all traumatized men, originating from Central Africa, South Asia, and the Middle East, who received music therapy sessions as part of their Cited by: 4.
The book illustrates the possibilities and methods of music therapy in the treatment of traumas from the theoretical, research and clinical point of views. It includes three case studies of music psychotherapy with tortured men.
The book describes how music has been used as a part of torture. The doctoral defense of Sami Alanne will be held on Octo at the Sibelius Academy in Helsinki, Finand. His dissertation, entitled "Music Psychotherapy with Refugee Survivors of Torture: Interpretations of Three Clinical Case Studies," documents his own music therapy interventions with three immigrant men living in Finland who originally came to Europe from nations in Central Asia Author: Sociomusicology.
Book. Full-text available Music Psychotherapy with Refugee Survivors of Torture. Interpretations of Three Clinical Case Studies. Sibelius Academy, Studia Musica and some articles have. 12 Callaghan K.
Movement psychotherapy with adult survivors of political torture and organized violence. Art Psychother ; Emerging 13 Callaghan K. In limbo: movement psychotherapy with refugees and asylum seekers.
In: Dokter, D, editor. Art therapists, refugees. torture survivors. Most refugee populations and torture survivors come from collective cultures and the core (or index) traumas for most of them are collective identity traumas.
In the case of ethnic persecution, which is a collective identity trauma, the group char-acter is even more evident. The traumatized refugees have become victims of. Buy Psychological Therapies for Survivors of Torture: A human rights approach with people seeking asylum by Jude Boyles, Jude Boyles (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 2. torture, they are prone to post traumatic stress disorder and physical ailments. Omar, a nine-year old refugee from Afghanistan, was a boy who had undergone such experiences. He presented for counselling at a service for refugee survivors of torture and trauma as deeply traumatised.
Psychotherapy for victims of torture. Br J Psychiatry. Sep; – Cathcart LM, Berger P, Knazan B. Medical examination of torture victims applying for refugee status.
Can Med Assoc J. Jul 21; (2)– [PMC free article] Rasmussen OV, Lunde I. Evaluation of investigation of torture victims. Dan Med Bull. As ofresearch from the Center for Victims of Torture suggests that 44% of refugees, asylees, and asylum seekers living in the U.S.
have experienced torture. The SOT program helps survivors to restore their health and dignity as they reunite with family, rebuild their. for Psychotherapy with. Torture Survivors. Prepared by Andrea Northwood, Ph.D., L.P. Director of Training for Psychological Services.
this statistic for base rates of torture among refugee populations. Discuss the psychological effects of torture at the level of (a) the individual, (b) the family. East African women refugees is now well documented, as is the systematic use of rape by the Burmese military.7,8 Exposure to torture or other traumatic events is not confined to adults.
Many children from refugee backgrounds have witnessed horrific events and have suffered the effects of dislocation and deprivation. The editor, Jude Boyles, is an experienced therapist who established and managed a UK rehabilitation centre for survivors of torture in exile for 14 years.
The contributors are from the voluntary and statutory sectors, and work in primary and secondary healthcare, in women’s projects and in refugee therapy. What we treat. We help people recover from complex post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, anxiety and other problems caused by torture.
Therapy with us. To heal from the trauma of torture, we work with people through the three main stages of recovery. Stabilisation: helping people feel safe and secure in their current situation and giving them tools to manage the symptoms of PTSD.
Buy Counselling and Therapy with Refugees: Psychological Problems of Victims of War, Torture and Repression (Wiley Series in Psychotherapy and Counselling) by van der Veer, Guus (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 2. The Survivor Fund is a (c)(3) non-profit organization established to provide critical client assistance funding and services to the Bellevue Program for Survivors of Torture through individual gifts and volunteer fundraising activities.
In this second session of this two-part series, Richard Mollica will facilitate a conversation with Dr. Sebastian Ssempijja, Ph.D. CEO/Clinic Director, Sebastian Family Psychology Practice, LLC, and Laura Morrissette MA, LMHC, a therapist with the Harvard Program in Refugee Trauma (HPRT) who will use case studies to share their insights on using the H.E.A.R.T.
model in a clinical setting and. A publication offering practical guidelines for the treatment of torture victims and political refugees does not exist.
Broken Spirits aims to bring together the works of the most respected mental health professionals - from the U.S.
and abroad - and make available the most current knowledge on complex PTSD, forced migration and cultural. CLINICAL EXPERIENCE Group therapy model for refugee and torture survivors Ibrahim A. Kira PhD*, Asha Ahmed PhD*, Vanessa Mahmoud, Msw* & Fatima Wassim, MA* Abstract The paper discusses the Center for Torture and Trauma Survivors’ therapy group model for torture survivors and describes two of its variants: The Bashal group for African and Somali women.
A selective review of the literature describing treatment of refugee survivors of torture and trauma revealed that approaches to psychotherapy used in treating South American patients differed from those used in treating Indochinese patients.
Counselling and Psychotherapy with Refugees is clear, well-conceived, and does not overwhelm therapists trying to find their way in this complex field.
Dick Blackwell, a psycho-dynamic psychoterapist and supervisor, has a wealth of experience gained through working with the Medical Foundation for the Care of Victims of Torture and Organised Reviews: 2.