Mental Health of Children Living in War Zones A Risk and Protection Perspective
World Psychiatry. 17(1):104-105 (2018). Mental Health of Children Living in War Zones: A Risk and Protection Perspective.
Children who have experienced trauma from living through armed conflict are at risk for PTSD and depression, as well as broader impacts on their mental health and development. This article aims to understand the risk and protection of children’s mental health during and after living in war zones.
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