Lives Elsewhere: Migration and Psychic Malaise (The International Series of Psychosocial Perspectives on Trauma, Displaced People and Political Violen
By: Natale Losi (author), Brett Shapiro (translator)Paperback
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Born from the author's desire to write a clear and simple account of complex material based on ethnopsychotherapy and migrations, this book aims to clarify some key questions, rather than serve as a definitive text. It will be of interest to ethnopsychotherapists, to those working with refugees or immigrants, or those interested in the issues of migration and wishing to gain a greater understanding of our multi-cultural world.
Natale Losi is a family psychotherapist, medical anthropologist and sociologist who has extensive professional experience working in various African countries, as well as various conflict and post-conflict societies such as Albania, Kosovo and Palestine. He is currently the Head of Psychosocial and Cultural Integration Unit at the Regional Mediterranean Mission of the International Organization for Migration, based in Rome. His numerous books include 'Psychosocial and Trauma Response in War-Torn Societies: The Case of Kosovo' (2000), 'Archives of Memory: Supporting Traumatized Communities through Narration and Remembrance' (2001) and 'Lives Elsewhere: Migration and Psychic Malaise' (2006).
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