Session: Mental & Behavioral Health Issues among Immigrants & Refugees (Society for Social Work and Research 23rd Annual Conference - Ending Gender Based, Family and Community Violence)

73 Mental & Behavioral Health Issues among Immigrants & Refugees

Friday, January 18, 2019: 8:00 AM-9:30 AM
Union Square 19 Tower 3, 4th Floor (Hilton San Francisco)
Cluster: Immigrants and Refugees (I&R)
Cecilia Mengo, PhD, Ohio State University
* noted as presenting author
What Factors Differentiate Suicide Attempt from Suicidal Ideation? Results from North Korean Refugee Women in South Korea
Boyoung Nam, MSW, University of Maryland Baltimore; Jae Yop Kim, PhD, Yonsei University
Psychological Distress Among Venezuelan Immigrants in the US and Colombia: The Role of Discrimination and Context of Reception
Christopher Salas-Wright, PhD, Boston University; Seth Schwartz, PhD, University of Miami; Augusto Perez-Gomez, PhD, Corporacion Nuevos Rumbos; Juliana Mejia-Trujillo, MSW, Corporacion Nuevos Rumbos; Eric Brown, PhD, University of Miami; Pablo Montero-Zamora, University of Miami; Alan Meca, Old Dominion University; Carolina Scaramutti, University of Miami; Mary Soares, University of Miami; Saskia Vos, University of Miami; Nino Javakhishvili, Ilia State University
Factors Related to Externalized Behavior for Unaccompanied Children in Long-Term Foster Care in the United States: An Exploratory Study
Robert Hasson, MSW, Boston College; Thomas Crea, PhD, Boston College; Scott Easton, Boston College; Dawnya Underwood, MSW, Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service
Post-Migration Living Difficulties As a Significant Risk Factor of Psychological Distress in Burmese Refugees
Kareen Tonsing, PhD, Oakland University; Martha Vungkhanching, Ph.D, California State University, Fresno
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