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The varying degrees of trauma experienced by refugees and torture survivors can have physical, emotional, cognitive, and behavioral effects. In order to cope, forget, or ignore the impact of violent [...]
The National Consortium of Torture Treatment Programs is proud to announce the 6th Annual Research Symposium Torture Treatment: Clinical, Community, and Policy Interventions and Outcomes This full day symposium features [...]
Suicides can occur in every community, culture, and country. However, the suicide rate for Bhutanese refugees resettling in the U.S. is nearly three times as high as the average suicide rate [...]
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