Victims of war: Psychological problems of displaced people

Psychosocial intervention
  • Darejan J. Javakhishvili
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Abstract

The paper is based on the experience of the Georgian non-Governmental organisation — the Foundation for Development of Human Resources (FDHR) — accumulated since 1995 in a psychosocial rehabilitation work with the displaced people in Georgia.

Keywords

Psychosocial Intervention Traumatic Experience Humanitarian Organisation Early Ninety Refugee Woman 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Darejan J. Javakhishvili
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  1. 1.Foundation for Development of Human Resources (FDHR)TbilisiGeorgia

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