In Jordan Médecins sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders (MSF) are working with families who are trying to rebuild their lives
children's mental health
"I still remember vividly the first time I saw seven-year-old Maida"
MSF psychologist Raimond shares the story of a brave young patient caught up in violent conflict, and how he has learned to cope with PTSD.
Minja is a psychologist working in an MSF project in Zimbabwe. Today she blogs about the the project's most popular member of staff...
S was only five months-old, the daughter of a fairly poor family who decided to leave their village after it was bombed several times...
I used a book that really helped my work with the children. It tells the story of a little racoon who is traumatised by something awful and frightening without actually specifying what the awful and frightening thing is so as to be universally applicable.
"Joseph believes he is already deceased, that he died in the earthquake."