Mental health statistics refugees and asylum seekers 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. 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. Many health professionals feel ill equipped to deal with the complex needs of asylum seekers and refugees this article offers an overview of the literature and reviews the demography epidemiology and causes of mental illness in refugee and asylum seeker groups. With unprecedented numbers of displaced persons worldwide mental health clinicians in high income countries will increasingly encounter refugee and asylum seeking patients many of whom have experienced significant adversity before and after their migration. Mental health of refugees and asylum seekers edited by dinesh bhugra tom craig and kamaldeep bhui presents the theory and practice behind treating refugees and asylums seekers helping the reader understand their unique problems and how they can best be helped written by people with considerable experience working with this population providing authoritative and reliable advice on how to
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