Hope for Children in Trauma: An International Perspective

Posted by ep256 at Mar 20, 2018 09:25 AM |
Professor Panos Vostanis publishes new book on helping children who experience complex trauma

Panos is Professor of Child Mental Health and has published extensively on the impact of trauma on child mental health. Panos is involved in several projects with NGOs and academic centres in Asia, Africa and Latin America as part of the World Awareness for Children in Trauma programme. He has longstanding clinical experience with vulnerable children, young people and families, i.e. in care, homeless, adopted, refugees, and young offenders.

This is his third book in the last five years on helping children who experience complex trauma. This new book links current evidence, innovative approaches and cross-cultural perspectives in informing practitioners, volunteers and caregivers in the most adverse conflict contexts. The book provides strategies in enhancing awareness, recognising mental health problems, developing evidence-based interventions and services, and feeding into policy. It will also be of great interest to researchers involved with vulnerable groups.

The book can be found on Amazon and directly from the publisher here.

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