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Intervening with Special Populations: Refugees and Mass Trauma Survivors (Audio Training, 1 Credit)

with Stuart Turner, MD, MA, FRCP, FRCPsych & Chris Brewin, AcSS

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Working with Refugees in the United KingdomStuart Turner, MD, MA, FRCP, FRCPsych
This session addresses the cultural, therapeutic and legal issues arising in work with refugees in the United Kingdom.

Early Lessons from the London July 7th Bombings Service EvaluationChris Brewin, AcSS
This session presents and contrasts screen and treat model used to guide the mental health response following the London bombings with a crisis counseling approach. Preliminary outcome data for the brief evidence-based intervention for PTSD is also discussed.

Learning Objectives:

  • Name two common symptoms in refugees from high conflict countries.
  • Describe two special considerations for assessing and treating refugees.
  • Recognize the percentage of direct victims of terrorist attacks that are likely to develop a clinically diagnosable disorder within 2 years.
  • List three impediments to providing psychological treatment following a disaster.