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Immigrant and Refugee Children and Their Families

Clinical, Research, and Training Issues

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  • 19 Currently reading

Published by Psychosocial Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Refugee children,
  • United States,
  • Psychology,
  • Child Psychology,
  • Cross-Cultural Psychology,
  • Social Science,
  • Sociology,
  • Psychotherapy - Couples & Family,
  • Children of immigrants,
  • Emigration & Immigration,
  • Mental health

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsFern J. Cramer Azima (Editor), Natalie Grizenko (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages238
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8119670M
    ISBN 100823625354
    ISBN 109780823625352

    This YA-adapted version of a bestselling book of the same name tackles a slightly different genre of the modern immigrant story — refugees. Set in Clarkston, Georgia, this true story follows the Fugees, a youth soccer team with kids from war-torn areas of the Middle East, Africa, and Eastern Europe, and their indefatigable female coach. After the door has oppened: Mental health issues affecting immigrants and refugees in Canada. Ottawa: Health and Welfare Canada. Board on Children and Families, Commission on Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education, National Research Council, Institute of Medicine (). Immigrant children and their families: Issues for research and policy.

      Pachinko by Min Jin Lee. Already one of the best books of the year, this multigenerational epic from Lee (Free Food for Millionaires) is a powerful account of one of the world’s most persecuted immigrant communities—Koreans living in heartbreaking historical novel spans the entire 20th century through four generations and three wars, as a Korean family struggles . USCRI welcome and embrace their diverse immigrant and refugee students and families. We appreciate the richness that this diversity brings to our classrooms and community. The process of parents and children reunifying after years apart can be a difficult one. Parenting is a challenge even without years of separation! The intent of this book is.

      According to UNICEF, 31 million children have been uprooted from their homes, including million refugee children and million children among asylum seekers. Many of these children live in difficult conditions at home, in camps or reception centres, where basic prevention measures against COVID such as frequent handwashing and social.   The Trump administration may have separated thousands of migrant children from their parents at the border for up to a year before family separation was a .


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READINGS

READINGS

Immigrant and Refugee Children and Their Families Download PDF EPUB FB2

Book Description: Immigrant and Refugee Families: Global Perspectives on Displacement and Resettlement Experiences offers an interdisciplinary perspective on immigrant and refugee families' challenges and resilience across multiple domains, including economic, political, health, and human rights.

This new edition has been revised and updated from the original : Elizabeth Wieling, Catherine Solheim, Lekie Dwanyen. "This superbly organized and written book is an excellent resource for any mental health or human service professional who may be in a role to assist immigrant and refugee children and families.

Grounded in the social work literature and in an empowering, strengths-based perspective, the volume promotes greater knowledge and skills for working. Immigrant and Refugee Families: Global Perspectives on Displacement and Resettlement Experiences offers an interdisciplinary perspective on immigrant and refugee families' challenges and resilience across multiple domains, including economic, political, health, and human rights.

This new edition has been revised and updated from the original edition. Children new to your home country may experience culture shock, especially those who have experienced difficult circumstances in their past.

Our guest Julie Dotsch is an expert and an author on the subject of adapting programs for immigrant and refugee families. Meeting a crucial need for social workers and other practitioners, as well as students, this authoritative text covers the breadth of issues involved in working with immigrant and refugee children and families.

Within an innovative conceptual framework, essential knowledge is presented to guide culturally competent practice with clients from over 14 immigrant groups whose numbers are growing 5/5(1). Supporting Refugee Children covers the lived experiences of refugee children who immigrate to North America and the challenges and successes that these children and their families experience; the systems, structures, or programs that assist with the process of adjustment for refugee children; and strategies and activities that help newcomer.

methodologies, and clinical and psychoeducational interventions that fit their family needs. Why write this book. The idea for this book grew out of the need to identify a textbook that two of the book’s editors, Liz Wieling and Catherine Solheim, could use in a graduate course titled “Global Perspectives on Immigrant and Refugee Families”.

Even in the classroom, immigrant and refugee children have significant obstacles. COVID has made all of this more difficult, and public schools must help in concrete ways.

2. The Good Immigrant: 26 Writers Reflect on America Edited by Nikesh Shukla and Chimene Suleyman. The Good Immigrant is so urgently necessary right now; it is a head-on account of the modern immigration in America. Twenty-six authors (including Chigozie Obioma, Alexander Chee, Fatimah Asghar, and others) share their stories of immigration in the United States.

Consider meeting with refugee families in their homes or other informal locations, where they would be more comfortable. Welcoming Refugee Families – Considerations.

Many refugee parents have reported not feeling welcomed in their children’s schools, feeling that their cultural background is viewed as a “deficit” rather than a strength. c h a p t e r 7: Working with Refugee Children, Youth and their Families needs of this population.

While IWS had a long history of working with immigrant and refugee women, they did not believe that the agency had the professional knowledge and skills to address the issues of trauma adequately on their.

Ceri Roberts's Refugees and Migrants (Children in Our World), with illustrations by Hanane Kai, introduces children to the concept of families being forced to leave their homes by war, natural disaster, famine, or other circumstances. Being a children's book, those circumstances are not described in much s:   In this activity, a student selects their favorite book, writes why it is their favorite book, and shares it with a child in an immigrant detention center.

Through this activity, children build. Those stories play a critical role for immigrant or refugee children, too: "[R]eading books about others like them then also enhances their sense of belonging because they see their non-mainstream.

sharing some of the insights I have gained from my work with immigrant and refugee families over the past decade or so. Denny Taylor is usually credited with bringing the term “family literacy” into popular usage with the publication in of her foundational book, Family literacy: Young children.

The first years of a child’s life are a time of immense growth, and exposure to trauma—if left unaddressed—can have significant, lifelong effects.

This issue brief examines how young children of refugees and other immigrants may be affected by trauma, and what early childhood education and care programs, health-care providers, and others can do to mitigate its adverse effects.

"Biases, cultural differences, and linguistic misunderstandings have the potential to exert a powerful influence in interviews with immigrants- even when interviews have the best intentions." (Fontes,p.7) Interviewing recently-arrived refugee or immigrant children and families in such settings as the school, social services office, health clinic, or early childhood program can take special.

Research on couples in immigrant and refugee families is also needed (Helms et al., ). A focus on resilience offers a new lens that focuses on strengths and protective factors that provide an environment in which immigrant and refugee families can thrive and contribute to a continually changing and increasingly diverse United States society.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvii, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm: Contents: Part I. Clinical issues. Psychiatric assessment and treatment of immigrant children / Natalie Grizenko --Psychosocial pediatrics in a multicultural society / Alice M.

Chan-Yip --Refugee children and their families: Exploring mental health risks and protective factors. Immigrant and Refugee Children: A Guide for Educators and School Support Staff (PDF, MB) The American Federation of Teachers published this report in for educators, support staff and service providers who teach, mentor and help immigrant and refugee children.

With virtual learning being a big part of at least the beginning of the school year, Aisha Siddiqui is lobbying for immigrant and refugee children are able who do not have a computer or.Just a few days ahead of Hanukkah, HIAS, the global Jewish nonprofit that protects refugees received an early gift.

Rosie and Warda and the Big Tent, a refugee-themed children’s book available for free download onis a story about the importance of acknowledging and honoring cultural differences while understanding that we also all share much more in common than we may initially.Refugee and migrant children – some travelling with their families, some alone – risk everything, even their own lives, in search of a better life.

Millions of uprooted families flee their homes to escape conflict, persecution and poverty in countries including Syria, Afghanistan, Iraq, Somalia and Sudan.