Training Handbook on Psychosocial Counselling for Children in Especially Difficult Circumstances
Mark J.D. Jordans, Wietse A. Tol, Bhogendra Sharma, Mark van Ommeren
Attention to psychosocial counseling as part of rehabilitation programs for vulnerable and trauma-exposed groups is relatively new in Nepal. The existence of such practices indicates a need or desire for forms of assistance that focus on psychological well-being. In response to a growing need for skilled counselors, there is a growing need for adequate training programs that deliver them. Many mental health problems exist in Nepal especially among vulnerable populations (e.g. torture survivors, refugees, youth affected by armed conflict, trafficked girls and women) and adequate assistance is not available.
Key wordsarmed conflict / children / community crisis / mental health / rehabilitation / therapy
CategoryManuals and guidelines