Bibliographic Resources

Adams-Wescott, J., & Sterne, P. (1993, October 8, 1993). The impact of trauma on self stories. Paper presented at the AAMFT Conference.
Arredondo, P., Orjuela, E., & Moore, L. (1989). Family therapy with Central American war refugee families. Journal of Strategic and Systemic Therapies, 8(2), 28-35.
Bacigalupe, G. (1990). Voices under arrest: Political violence and a Chilean family. Family Therapy Case Studies, 5(2), 31-38.
Bacigalupe, G. (1998). Bridges, children, & the war in Bosnia: A conversation with Senija Tahirovic & Vahida Salinovic-Bjedic. AFTA Newsletter(Winter), 20-22.Bridges, children, and the war in Bosnia. A conversation with Senija Tahirovic and Vahida Salinovic-Bjedic (1997).pdf
Bala, J. (2001). Beyond the personal pain: integrating social and political concerns in therapy with refugees. In: D. Ingleby (Ed.) Forced migration and mental health: rethinking the care of refugees and displaced persons. New York: Springer. pp.169-182.
Berry, J.W. (2001). Managing the process of acculturation. In US Dept. of Healh and Human Services, Mental health services for refugees (DHHS Publication No. ADM91-1824, pp.189-204). Rockville, MD: National Institute of Mental Health.
Brown, R.E., R. Wyn, H. Yu, et al. 1999. Access to Health Insurance and Health Care for Children in Immigrant Families. Children of Immigrants, National Academy Press 126–186
Brown, R.E., R. Wyn, H. Yu, et al. 1999. Access to Health Insurance and Health Care for Children in Immigrant Families. Children of Immigrants, National Academy Press 126–186.

Calvert, G. (2004). Childhood in detention. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy 25(2) 113-114.

Daniel, E. V. (2002). The refugee: A discourse on displacement. In J. MacClancy (Ed.), Exotic no more (pp. 270-286). Chicago, IL: The University of Chicago Press.
Daud, A. Klinteberg, B. & Per-Anders Rydelius (2008) Resilience and vulnerability among refugee children of traumatized and non-traumatized parents Child Adolesc Psychiatry Ment Health. 2008; 2: 7. [[http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/articlerender.fcgi?artid=2292147|]]
Drozdek, B. & Wilson, J.P. (2007). Voices of trauma: treating survivors across cultures. New York: Springer.
Eastmond, M. (1997). The dilemmas of exile: Chilean refugees in the U.S.A. Gothenburg Studies in Social Anthropology, 13, 1-202.
Ellis, B. H., MacDonald, H. Z., Lincoln, A. K., & Cabral, H. J. (2008). Mental health of Somali adolescent refugees: the role of trauma, stress, and perceived discrimination. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 76(2), 184-193.
Entzel, P. P., Fleming, L. E., Trepka, M. J., & Squicciarini, D. (2003). The health status of newly arrived refugee children in Miami-Dade County, Florida. Am J Public Health, 93(2), 286-288.Link to article
Gil, E. Presentation at the Cultural Conference. New Jersey.
Gong-Guy, E., Cravens, R. B., & Patterson, T. E. (1991). Clinical issues in mental health service delivery to refugees. American Psychologist, 46(6), 642-648.
Health Care for All. (2000). Building bridges: Overcoming the barriers to enrolling immigrants and refugees in Massachusetts health insurance programs. Boston, MA: Health Care for All. Link
Hernandez, P. (2002). Trauma in war and political persecution: Expanding the concept. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 72(1), 16-25.
Hernandez, P. (2002). Trauma in war and political persecution: Expanding the concept. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 72(1), 16-25.
Hernández, P., Gangsei, D. &Engstom, D. (2007) Vicarious resilience: A new concept in work with those who survive trauma. Family Process, 46 (2), 29-41.
Hollifield, M., Warner, T. D., Jenkins, J., Sinclair-Lian, N., Krakow, B., Eckert, V., et al. (2006). Assessing war trauma in refugees: properties of the Comprehensive Trauma Inventory-104. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 19(4), 527-540.
Ingleby, D. (Ed.) (2005). Forced migration and mental health: rethinking the care of refugees and displaced persons. New York: Springer.
Jaranson, J., Martin, S. F., & Ekblad, S. (2000). Refugee mental health: Issues for the new millenium. In R. W. Manderscheid & M. J. Henderson (Eds.), Mental Health, United States, 2000 (pp. 120-134). Rockville, MD: US Department of Health and Human Services.
Jaranson, J. M., Butcher, J., Halcon, L., Johnson, D. R., Robertson, C., Savik, K., et al. (2004). Somali and Oromo Refugees: Correlates of Torture and Trauma History. Am J Public Health, 94(4), 591-598.
Kucukalic, A., Bravo-Mehmedbasic, A., & Dzubur-Kulenovic, A. (2004). Specific differences in trauma related symptoms between the refugees survivors of torture and refugees of war. Psychiatr Danub, 16(1-2), 55-60.
Lindencrona, F., Ekblad, S., & Hauff, E. (2008). Mental health of recently resettled refugees from the Middle East in Sweden: the impact of pre-resettlement trauma, resettlement stress and capacity to handle stress. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, 43(2), 121-131.
Matheson, K., Jorden, S., & Anisman, H. (2008). Relations between trauma experiences and psychological, physical and neuroendocrine functioning among Somali refugees: mediating role of coping with acculturation stressors. J Immigr Minor Health, 10(4), 291-304.
Mock, M. R. (1998). Clinical reflections on refugee families: Transforming crises into opportunities. In M. McGoldrick (Ed.), Re-visioning family therapy: Race, culture, and gender in clinical practice (pp. 347-359). New York: The Guilford Press.
Mollica, R. (2006). Healing invisible wounds: Paths to hope and recovery in a violent world. (pp. 7-33, 253-254.) New York: Harcourt Press.

Morwood, S. (2007). A family therapist at work in a refugee camp. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy 27(3)171-172.

Nieves-Grafals, S. (2001). Brief therapy of civil war-related trauma: A case study. Cultural Diversity & Ethnic Minority Psychology, 7(4), 387-398.
Ojeda, A. E. (2008). The trauma of psychological torture. Westport, Conn.: Praeger.
Papadopoulos, R. K. (2001). Refugee families: Issues of systemic supervision. Journal of Family Therapy, 23(4), 405-422.
Paker M, Paker O, and Yuksel S. (1992). Psychological Effects of Torture: an Empirical Study of Tortured and Non-Tortured
Non-Political Prisoners. In: Basoglu, M. Torture and Its Consequences Current Treatment Approaches. Introduction. Cambridge University Press. Cambridge , UK , 1992. p.72 - 81.
Pipher, M. (2002). The middle of everywhere: helping refugees enter the American community. Orlando, FL: Harcourt Press.
Prendes-Lintel, M. (2001). A working model in counseling recent refugees. In: J.G. Ponterotto, J.M. Casa, L.A. Suzuki & C.M. Alexander (Eds.) Handbook of Multicultural Counseling, 2nd Edition. Thousand Oaks: Sage. pp. 729-752.
Reichelt, S., & Sveaass, N. (1994). Therapy with refugee families: what is "good" conversation? Family Process, 33, 247-262.
Rousseau, C., & Drapeau, A. (1998). The impact of culture on the transmission of trauma: refugees' stories and silence embodied in their children's lives. In Y. Danieli (Ed.), International handbook of intergenerational legacies of trauma (pp. 465-485). New York NY: Plenum Press.
Sabin, M., Sabin, K., Kim, H. Y., Vergara, M., & Varese, L. (2006). The mental health status of Mayan refugees after repatriation to Guatemala. Revista Panamericana de Salud Publica, 19(3), 163-171.
Sabin, M., Lopes Cardozo, B., Nackerud, L., Kaiser, R., & Varese, L. (2003). Factors associated with poor mental health among Guatemalan refugees living in Mexico 20 years after civil conflict. JAMA, 290(5), 635-642.
Shields, J. Erdal, K, Skrinjaric, J., & Majic, G. (1999). Post-traumatic symptomatology among health care professionals in Croatia. Am. J. Orthopsychiatry, 69 (4), 529-535.
Shoeb, M., Weinstein, H., & Mollica, R. (2007). The Harvard trauma questionnaire: adapting a cross-cultural instrument for measuring torture, trauma and posttraumatic stress disorder in Iraqi refugees. International Journal of Social Psychiatry, 53(5), 447-463.
Silicove, D. (2005). From trauma to survival and adaptation: towards a framework for guiding mental health initiatives in post-conflict societies. In: D. Ingleby (Ed.) Forced migration and mental health: rethinking the care of refugees and displaced persons. New York: Springer. pp. 29-51.
Sluzki, C. (2008). Migration and the disruption of the social network. In: M. McGoldrick & K K. Hardy (Eds.) Re-visioning family therapy: Race, culture, and gender in clinical practice (pp. 39-47). New York: Guilford.
Sluzki, C. (1979). Migration and family conflict. Family Process, 18(3), 379-392.
Sluzki, C. E. (1990). Disappeared: semantic and somatic effects of political repression in a family seeking therapy. Fam Process, 29(2), 131-143.
Stubbs, P. (2001). Transforming local and global discourses: Reassessing the PTSD movement in Bosnia and Croatia. In: D. Ingleby (Ed.) Forced migration and mental health: rethinking the care of refugees and displaced persons. New York: Springer. pp.53-66.
Sveaass, N., & Reichelt, S. (2001). Refugee families in therapy: from referrals to therapeutic conversations. Journal of Family Therapy, 25(1), 119-135.
Sveaass, N., & Reichelt, S. (2001). Engaging refugee families in therapy: exploring the benefits of including referring professionals in first family interviews. Family Process, 40(1), 95-114.
Weine, S., Muzurovic, N., Kulauzovic, Y., Besic, S., Lezic, A., Mujagic, A., et al. (2004). Family consequences of refugee trauma. Fam Process, 43(2), 147-160.
Weine, S., Kulauzovic, Y., Klebic, A., Besic, S., Mujagic, A., Muzurovic, J., et al. (2008). Evaluating a multiple-family group access intervention for refugees with PTSD.Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 34(2), 149-164

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Weine, S., et al. (2008). Evaluating a multiple-family group access intervention for refugees. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy 34(2): 149-164.

Weingarten, K. (2004). Witnessing the effects of political violence in families: Mechanisms of intergenerational transmission and clinical interventions. Journal Marital and Family Therapy, 30 (1), 45-59. Link to Weingarten JMFT
Weingarten, K. (2004). The 4 witness positions (p. 1). [electronic version retrieved from Witnessing Project Website]
Weingarten, K. (2003). Compassionate witnessing and the transformation of societal violence. [electronic version retrieved from Witnessing Project Website
Wilson, J.P. & Tang, C.S. (2007). Cross-cultural assessment of psychological trauma and PTSD. New York: Springer.
Woodcock, J. (2002, August). Some considerations in working with refugee families. Context, 17-18.


Woodcock, J. (2001). Threads from the labyrinth: therapy with survivors of war and political oppression. Journal of Family Therapy 23: 136-154.//