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Psychosocial treatment outcomes of common mental disorders vary widely in persons in low- and middle-income countries affected by humanitarian crises and refugees in high-income countries

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Contextual adaptation and piloting of Group Integrative
Adapt Therapy (IAT-G) amongst Rohingya refugees living in Bangladesh

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An Integrative Adapt Therapy for common mental health symptoms and adaptive stress amongst Rohingya, Chin, and Kachin refugees living in Malaysia: A randomized controlled trial

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A Naturalistic Evaluation of Group Integrative Adapt Therapy (IAT-G) with Rohingya Refugees During the Emergency Phase of a Mass Humanitarian Crisis in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh

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Humanizing Work: Occupational Mental Health of Humanitarian Aid Workers

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Group IAT: A sustainable and locally relevant mental health and psychosocial support for the Rohingya refugees during and after the mass humanitarian crisis in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh

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Revolutionising mental health and psychosocial support to refugees and asylum seekers during Covid-19.

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An effective, culturally tailored, and sustainable solution to population-based mental health and psychosocial care for the vulnerable people in Myanmar

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