Talks and Poster Presentations (without Proceedings-Entry):
F. Tachtler, P. Slovak, G. Fitzpatrick:
"Reflecting on Mental Health Resources for Unaccompanied Migrant Youth from the Perspective of the Social-Ecological Model of Resilience";
Talk: CHI 2020 Workshop Technology Ecosystems: Rethinking Resources for Mental Health,
Honolulu, HI, USA;
Unaccompanied migrant youth fleeing without their parents are exposed to mental health risks. Social ecological systems play a central role in promoting resilience in unaccompanied migrant youth. While navigating and negotiating resources is a key element of a working social-ecological model of resilience, the systems supporting the unaccompanied migrant youth are under-resourced. In this paper, we reflect on ecosystems of mental health resources from the perspective of the social-ecological model of resilience and how this plays out in the context of unaccompanied migrant youth.
Mental Health; Social-Ecological Model; Refugee Context
Electronic version of the publication:
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