By Dick Blackwell
This concise booklet is a vital instrument to assist counsellors and psychotherapists comprehend and interact with the studies of persecution, violence and exile usually confronted through refugees. Dick Blackwell's certain framework relies on paintings conducted on the scientific beginning for the Care of sufferers of Torture. It deals a versatile method of the unique conditions of displaced and traumatized consumers from various cultural and political backgrounds. the writer considers 4 degrees of expertise - political, cultural, interpersonal and intrapsychic - and explores each one of those relating to either the customer and therapist. He additionally contains useful info on advocacy, supervision and dealing with interpreters.
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It is one they are going to live with. There will be no time in their lives when they will be able to have not come from the country they left. And there will be no point in their lives when they will be able to return to their country and rejoin the culture they left because it will not be the same culture they left; and they, having lived in a different culture, will not be the same people. In the modern world, with so much more geographical and social mobility and so much interpenetration between cultures, the condition of cultural transition is one in which many people live.
Conflicts between generations and between genders are common. Tensions have existed between young and older generations in many societies throughout history, and today there are few societies that do not have a feminist movement challenging traditional gender roles. Third, cultures are not hermetically sealed. They are penetrated by other cultures. In the colonial era, traditional cultures or particular aspects of them were often kept alive alongside the imposed culture of the colonizer. In the current era of globalization, western investments and products (Nike, Levi’s, McDonald’s, Coca-Cola) are ubiquitous.
The refugees then have to live with an abiding and growing anxiety which they sometimes feel acutely and are sometimes cut off from completely. Friends and family in the home country often assume that once a refugee has ‘made it to the west’ he or she will have access to money and influence, so they write or telephone asking for money to be sent for various pressing needs or for political activities to be undertaken. The recipients of such requests may feel a considerable sense of failure and shame that they are not able to respond as they would wish.