Refugees and Trauma

Yichen Dong


Refugees are a group of people who has been leaved their own countries and could not be able to return their own countries safely, which is the result of various reasons, including war, race, religion, nationality, membership of a specific social group as well as political opinion (Dalton-Greyling and Campus, 2008). Due to their miserable and torturous experience, they are viewed as a specific group of people with high incidence of trauma. Therefore, this essay will explain the reasons of examining their experience, find out some factors that contribute to their trauma as well as clarify some issues which should be considered when working with them. Meanwhile, possible intervention approaches and clear reflection will be provided.

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