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“A place where everybody knows your name": The role of the faith-based community in developing mental health resiliencies amongst diasporic and post-diasporic Muslim youth in Australia.
The religio-cultural community of migrants from minority ethnic backgrounds often plays a strong role in their post-migration adaptation. While religion itself has been said to play an important role in construction of ...
Resilience, mental health and urban migrants: a narrative review
The purpose of this paper is to provide a narrative review of the literature on mental health resilience and other positive mental health capacities of urban and internal migrants. The methodology for this narrative review ...
Resilience in children and young people with intellectual disabilities: a review of literature
Purpose: Building the resilience of children with intellectual disabilities (ChID) can help reduce the personal, social and economic costs associated with mental ill health among such children. The aim of this paper is ...
Covid-19 Pandemic and Mental Health Impact in Low, Middle Income Countries
(Mental Health: Global Challenges Journal, 2021)
Major events impact on societies throughout the world in many forms. All disasters, earthquakes, pandemics etc. have an impact on a society’s mental health, an area not as well supported as the physical health. That support ...
Idioms of resilience: Mental health and migration in India
Background: Resilience has proved to be a versatile notion to explain why people are not defeated by hardship and adversity, yet so far, we know little of how it might apply to communities and cultures in low to middle ...