The Guide for Intercultural Relations in Mental Health is a reference for health and social service workers, whether specialized in mental health or not, providing support and prevention services for immigrants. The Guide provides reflections in issues of intervention in intercultural contexts as well as pointers for understanding difficulties related to migration and distinguishing adaptation problems from psychological distress seen with more severe mental health problems. It presents concrete ways to improve your practice to help the people you see everyday. As well, the Guide provides a directory of useful resources.
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