As we are all aware, the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has led to a need for social distancing to help prevent the spread; for this reason we are holding this conference as a one-day live online event.
This conference will be a one-day live online conference
Trauma frameworks continue to grow in prominence and impact. During a period of significant expansion for trauma focused diagnoses and interventions, it is important that clinicians and academics develop clinical practice approaches that apply to the heterogeneous nature of trauma needs and populations. #TIC2022 brings together global experts to offer a comprehensive clinically focused programme to provide clinicians and academics with the latest evidence and guidance to inform clinical practice and service development for the betterment of service users and healthcare workers.
The event is of interest those registered practitioners engaged in direct clinical practice in the area of trauma care. This includes psychologists, psychiatrists, mental health / learning disability nurses and professionals working in prison settings. The conference is also of interest to health leaders involved in policy and service leaders.
#TIC 2022 will focus on trauma frameworks, evidence and treatments. We are inviting conference posters submissions that address these broad themes. In addition, posters that focus on the following are particularly welcomed:
As per last year’s conference there will be a BPS trauma section sponsored award for the best conference poster, judged by the #TIC2022 conference scientific committee. For aspiring psychologists and students this is very much worth pursuing to add quality to your CV’s. There are two categories for awards. The first will be to early career presenters (unregistered researchers / clinicians such as students and assistant psychologists) and a second for registered clinicians and established researchers.
For an initial informal discussion about potential submissions please contact Dr Deborah Morris, Director Centre for Developmental and Complex Trauma: DMorris@standrew.co.uk
Download the Abstract Submission Form hereAbstract submission form TIC 2022
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Professor Patricia Kerig
University of Utah
Patricia K. Kerig, PhD received her doctorate in clinical psychology from the University of California at Berkeley with a specialization in developmental psychopathology. She currently is a Professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Utah and has previously served as the Editor in Chief of the Journal of Traumatic Stress and as a Co-Director of the Center for Trauma Recovery and Juvenile Justice. She is an author of over 200 scholarly works devoted to understanding the factors that predict risk, resilience, and recovery among adults, adolescents, children and families coping with adversity and traumatic stress. In particular, as juvenile justice systems and other systems of care increasingly become trauma-informed, she has an abiding interest in developing effective strategies to bolster resilience among staff who are exposed to secondary traumatic stress in the context of their work.
Underlined names are those of student co authors
Kerig, P. K. (2017). Posttraumatic stress disorder in childhood and adolescence: A developmental psychopathology perspective. New York: Momentum Press. ISBN-13: 978-1-60650-929-6
Kerig, P. K. (2018). Polyvictimization and girls’ involvement in the juvenile justice system: Investigating gender-differentiated patterns of risk, recidivism, and resilience. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 33(5), 789-809. doi: 10.1177/0886260517744843
Kerig, P. K. (2019). Linking childhood trauma exposure to adolescent justice involvement: The concept of posttraumatic risk-seeking. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice, 26, e12280. doi:10.1111/cpsp.12280
Kerig, P. K., & Becker, S. P. (2010). From internalizing to externalizing: Theoretical models of the processes linking PTSD to juvenile delinquency. In S. J. Egan (Ed.), Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD): Causes, symptoms and treatment (pp. 33-78). Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers.
Kerig, P. K., Chaplo, S. D.,Bennett, D. C., & Modrowski, C. (2016). Harm as harm: Gang membership, perpetration trauma, and posttraumatic stress symptoms among youth in the juvenile justice system. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 43(5), 635-652. doi: 10.1177/0093854815607307
Lin, B., Kidwell, M. C., Kerig, P. K., Crowell, S. E., & Fortuna, A. (2021). Profiles of autonomic stress responsivity in a sample of justice-involved youth: Associations with childhood trauma exposure and emotional and behavioral functioning. Developmental Psychobiology, 63(2), 206-225. doi: 10.1002/dev.21968
Litz, B. T., & Kerig, P. K. (2019). Introduction to the special issue on moral injury: Conceptual challenges, methodological issues, and clinical applications. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 32(3), 341-349. doi:10.1002/jts.22405
Modrowski, C. A., Chaplo, S. D., Kerig, P. K., & Mozley, M. M. (2019). Associations among trauma exposure, posttraumatic overmodulation and undermodulation, and non-suicidal self-injury in traumatized justice-involved adolescents. Psychological Trauma, 11(7), 743-750. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/tra0000469
Modrowski, C. A., & Kerig, P. K. (2019). Investigating the association between posttraumatic risky behavior and offending in adolescents involved in the juvenile justice system. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 48, 1952-1966. doi: 10.1007/s10964-019-01120-0
Prof. Dr. Ad de Jongh, Ph.D.
Ad de Jongh, Ph.D. is a psychologist and professor of Anxiety and Behavior Disorders at the University of Amsterdam. Further, he is honorary professor in psychology at the School of Health Sciences of Salford University in Manchester, at the Institute of Health and Society of the University of Worcester, and at the School of Psychology of Queen’s University in Belfast. In 2015 Ad de Jongh was involved in the establishment of the Psychotrauma Expertise Center (PSYTREC), a mental health institution in Bilthoven that uses a short, and highly intensive treatment program for Complex PTSD, where he is head of the research department. He is approved trainer for the EMDR Europe association, an expert in the treatment of anxiety disorders, and involved in research on the efficacy of evidence-based, trauma-focused treatments for a wide variety of patient groups, such as traumatized children, people with intellectual disabilities and other complex psychiatric conditions, including psychosis. He (co-)authored many scientific articles/book chapters and 6 books on his areas of expertise.
Professor of Psychiatry and Law
University of Connecticut
I am a board-certified clinical psychologist and tenured professor of psychiatry and law where I chair two panels of the Institutional Review Board. I am the principal investigator and director of two treatment and services adaptation centers in the National Child Traumatic Stress Network, the Center for Trauma Recovery and Juvenile Justice and the Center for the Treatment of Developmental Trauma Disorders.
I serve as an associate editor for the Journal of Trauma and Dissociation and the European Journal of Psychotraumatology and as chair of the Inter-organizational Task Force on Child Trauma. I have served on the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies (ISTSS) Board of Directors and as the Society’s president, vice president and secretary. I am a fellow of the American Psychological Association.
I have published more than 250 articles and book chapters and am the author or editor of 10 books, including Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, 2nd Edition, Treating Complex Trauma: A Sequenced, Relationship-Based Approach and Treating Complex Traumatic Stress Disorders in Children and Adolescents: Scientific foundations and therapeutic models. I developed and have conducted randomized clinical trial and effectiveness studies with the Trauma Affect Regulation: Guide for Education and Therapy (TARGET©) model for and youth adults with complex PTSD.
My research currently and over the past 25 years has focused on developing and validating psychometric assessments (such as the Correctional Mental Health Screen, Traumatic Events Screening Instrument, Structured Interview for Disorders of Extreme Stress-Revised, PTSD Checklist for Children/Parent Report, and the Developmental Trauma Disorder Structured Interview) and psychosocial interventions (such as TARGET: Trauma Affect Regulation-Guide for Education and Therapy, and Present Centered Therapy) for youth, adults and families who are at risk or have experienced traumatic adversity, as well as clinical epidemiological studies of youth/adult traumatic victimization and healthcare utilization. Sample publications include:
Dr Eva Heim
Faculty of Social and Political Sciences
University of Lausanne
EH is associate professor for cultural clinical psychology at University of Lausanne’s Institute of Psychology, and a trained cognitive-behavioural psychotherapist. For her PhD (2005 – 2009), she conducted a study in Bolivia among female survivors of partner violence and their decision to stay with or leave the violent partner. From 2014-2021, she was senior research assistant at Prof. Andreas Maercker’s research lab at University of Zurich, focusing on cultural aspects in psychopathology and the cultural adaptation of psychological interventions. She has collaborated with the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Lebanese Ministry of Public Health on the development and cultural adaptation of a digital intervention for the treatment of depression among the Lebanese population and Syrian displaced people in Lebanon. He current research focuses on Complex PTSD and the cultural adaptation of a therapeutic manual (face-to-face) for refugee populations in Switzerland. For this project, she has established collaborations with the Swiss Red Cross and the Swiss network “Support for Torture Victims”.
Cuijpers, P., Heim, E., Abi Ramia, J., Burchert, S., Carswell, K., Cornelisz, I., Knaevelsrud, C., Noun, P., van Klaveren, C., van 't Hof, E., Zoghbi, E., van Ommeren, M., & El Chammay, R. (in press). A WHO guided digital health intervention for depression in Syrian refugees in Lebanon: Randomized trial PLoS Med.
Cuijpers, P., Heim, E., Abi Ramia, J., Burchert, S., Carswell, K., Cornelisz, I., Knaevelsrud, C., Noun, P., van Klaveren, C., van 't Hof, E., Zoghbi, E., van Ommeren, M., & El Chammay, R. (in press). A guided digital health intervention for depression in Lebanon: Randomized trial. Evidence-Based Mental Health.
Thoma, M.V., Rohner, S.L., Heim, E., Hermann, R., Roos, M., Evangelista, K.E., Nater, U.M., & Höltge, J. (in press). Identifying well-being profiles and resilience characteristics in ex-members of fundamentalist Christian faith communities. Stress & Health.
Cultural concepts of distress and complex PTSD: Future directions for research and treatment
Heim E, Karatzias T, Maercker A, 2022/04. Clinical Psychology Review.
Efficacy of internet-based interventions for common mental disorder symptoms and psychosocial problems in older adults: A systematic review and meta-analysis.
Dworschak C., Heim E., Maercker A., 2022/03. Internet interventions, 27 p. 100498. Peer-reviewed.
Stigma against mental health disorders in Nepal conceptualised with a 'what matters most' framework: a scoping review.
Gurung D., Poudyal A., Wang Y.L., Neupane M., Bhattarai K., Wahid S.S., Aryal S., Heim E., Gronholm P., Thornicroft G. et al., 2022/01/28. Epidemiology and psychiatric sciences, 31 pp. e11. Peer-reviewed.
From formative research to cultural adaptation of a face-to-face and internet-based cognitive-behavioural intervention for Arabic-speaking refugees in Germany
Böttche M., Kampisiou C., Stammel N., El-Haj-Mohamad R., Heeke C., Burchert S., Heim E., Wagner B., Renneberg B., Böttcher J. et al., 2021/11/23. Clinical Psychology in Europe, 3 (Special Issue).
Reporting Cultural Adaptation in Psychological Trials – The RECAPT criteria
Heim E., Mewes R., Abi Ramia J., Glaesmer H., Hall B., Harper Shehadeh M., Unlü B., Kananian S., Kohrt B. A., Lechner-Meichsner F. et al., 2021/11/23. Clinical Psychology in Europe.
Special Issue Editorial: Cultural Adaption of Psychological Interventions
Heim E., Weise C., 2021/11/23. Clinical Psychology in Europe.
Standardised research methods and documentation in cultural adaptation: The need, the potential and future steps
Heim E., Knaevelsrud C., 2021/11/23. Clinical Psychology in Europe.
Perspectives of healthcare providers, service users, and family members about mental illness stigma in primary care settings: A multi-site qualitative study of seven countries in Africa, Asia, and Europe
Koschorke M., Oexle N., Ouali U., Cherian A. V., Deepika V., Mendon G. B., Gurung D., Kondratova L., Muller M., Lanfredi M. et al., 2021/10/27. PLOS ONE, 16 (10) pp. e0258729.
Step-by-step: Feasibility randomised controlled trial of a mobile-based intervention for depression among populations affected by adversity in Lebanon
Heim Eva, Abi Ramia Jinane, Abi Hana Rasha, Burchert Sebastian, Carswell Ken, Cornelisz Ilja, Cuijpers Pim, El Chammay Rabih, Noun Philip, van Klaveren Chris et al., 2021/04. Internet Interventions.
Evaluating the Effectiveness of an E-Mental Health Intervention for People Living in Lebanon: Protocol for Two Randomized Controlled Trials
van 't Hof Edith, Heim Eva, Abi Ramia Jinane, Burchert Sebastian, Cornelisz Ilja, Cuijpers Pim, El Chammay Rabih, Harper Shehadeh Melissa, Noun Philip, Smit Filip et al., 2021/01/28. JMIR Research Protocols.
Systematic review of interventions to reduce mental health stigma in India
Kaur Amanpreet, Kallakuri Sudha, Kohrt Brandon A., Heim Eva, Gronholm Petra C., Thornicroft Graham, Maulik Pallab K., 2021/01. Asian Journal of Psychiatry.
Metaphors For Trauma: A Cross‐Cultural Qualitative Comparison in Brazil, India, Poland, and Switzerland
Rechsteiner Karin, Maercker Andreas, Heim Eva, Meili Iara, 2020/10/10. Journal of Traumatic Stress.
Reducing mental health-related stigma in primary health care settings in low- and middle-income countries: a systematic review
Heim Eva, Kohrt Brandon A., Koschorke Mirja, Milenova Maria, Thornicroft Graham, 2020/09/04. Epidemiology and Psychiatric Sciences.
Cultural adaptation of Hap-pas-Hapi, an internet and mobile-based intervention for the treatment of psychological distress among Albanian migrants in Switzerland and Germany
Shala Mirelinda, Morina Naser, Burchert Sebastian, Cerga-Pashoja Arlinda, Knaevelsrud Christine, Maercker Andreas, Heim Eva, 2020/09. Internet Interventions.
Metaphors and cultural narratives on adaptive responses to severe adversity: A field study among the Indigenous Pitaguary community in Brazil
Meili Iara, Heim Eva, Pelosi Ana, Maercker Andreas, 2020/04/04. Transcultural Psychiatry.
Reducing mental health-related stigma among medical and nursing students in low- and middle-income countries: a systematic review
Heim Eva, Henderson Claire, Kohrt Brandon A., Koschorke Mirja, Milenova Maria, Thornicroft Graham, 2020/04/01. Epidemiology and Psychiatric Sciences.
A Point in the Heart: Concepts of Emotional Distress Among Albanian-Speaking Immigrants in Switzerland
Shala Mirelinda, Morina Naser, Salis Gross Corina, Maercker Andreas, Heim Eva, 2020. Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry.
Effect of cultural adaptation of a Smartphone-based self-help programme on its acceptability and efficacy: Study protocol for a randomized controlled trial
Heim Eva, Burchert Sebastian, Shala Mirelinda, Cerga-Pashoja Arlinda, Morina Naser, Schaub Michael, Maercker Andreas, 2020. PsychArchives.
Step-by-Step, an E-Mental Health Intervention for Depression: A Mixed Methods Pilot Study From Lebanon
Harper Shehadeh Melissa, Abi Ramia Jinane, Cuijpers Pim, El Chammay Rabih, Heim Eva, Kheir Wissam, Saeed Khalid, van Ommeren Mark, van't Hof Edith, Watts Sarah et al., 2020. Frontiers in Psychiatry.
Cultural Adaptation of Scalable Psychological Interventions: A New Conceptual Framework
Heim Eva, Kohrt Brandon A., 2019/12/17. Clinical Psychology in Europe.
Value Orientations and Mental Health: A Theoretical Review
Heim Eva, Maercker Andreas, Boer Diana, 2019/06/29. Transcultural Psychiatry.
Cultural adaptation of scalable interventions
Heim E., Harper Shehadeh Melissa, van 't Hof Edith, Carswell Kenneth, 2019. dans Maercker A., Heim E., Kirmayer L. J. (eds.) Cultural clinical psychology and PTSD, Hogrefe Publishing.
Cultural clinical psychology and PTSD
Maercker Andreas, Heim Eva, Kirmayer Laurence, 2019., hogrefe.
Culturally shared metaphors expand contemporary concepts of resilience and post-traumatic growth: Contrasting an indigenous Brazilian community and a Swiss rural community
Meili Iara, Heim Eva, Maercker Andreas, 2019. Medical Humanities.
Maercker A., Heim E., Kirmayer L. J., 2019. dans Cultural clinical psychology and PTSD, Hogrefe Publishing.
Randomized controlled trial to test the efficacy of an unguided online intervention with automated feedback for the treatment of insomnia
Lorenz Noah, Heim Eva, Roetger Alexander, Birrer Eva, Maercker Andreas, 2019. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy.
User-centered app adaptation of a low-intensity e-mental health intervention for Syrian refugees
Burchert S., Alkneme M.S., Bird M., Carswell K., Cuijpers P., Hansen P., Heim E., Harper Shehadeh M., Sijbrandij M., van't Hof E. et al., 2019. Frontiers in Psychiatry.
Mobile Angebote für Geflüchtete : Psychotherapeutische Interventionen im globalen Kontex
Heim Eva, Burchert Sebastian, Wenger Andreas, 2018/12. PiD - Psychotherapie im Dialog, 19 (04) pp. 61-65.
"My Partner Will Change": Cognitive Distortion in Battered Women in Bolivia
Heim Eva, Trujillo Tapia Laura, Quintanilla Gonzalez Ruth, 2018. Journal of Interpersonal Violence.
Community cognitive interviewing to inform local adaptations of an e-mental health intervention in Lebanon
Abi Ramia Jinane, Harper Shehadeh Melissa, Kheir Wissam, Zoghbi Edwina, Watts Sarah, Heim Eva, El Chammay Rabih, 2018. Global Mental Health.
Depressivität und Wertorientierungen im Verlauf von militärischen Auslandseinsätzen
Zimmermann P., Alliger-Horn C., Köhler K., Varn A., Zollo M., Reichelt A., Lovinusz A., Willmund G., Rau H., Heim E. et al., 2018. Trauma und Gewalt.
Step-by-Step: a new WHO digital mental health intervention for depression.
Carswell Kenneth, Harper-Shehadeh Melissa, Watts Sarah, van't Hof Edith, Abi Ramia Jinane, Heim Eva, Wenger Andreas, van Ommeren Mark, 2018. mHealth.
The circular structure of values: The case of China
Heim E., Steinmetz H., Zeigenfuse M.D., Maercker A., Margraf J., 2018. International Journal of Psychology.
Women's Decisions to Stay in or Leave an Abusive Relationship: Results From a Longitudinal Study in Bolivia.
Heim E., Ajzen I., Schmidt P., Seddig D., 2018. Violence Against Women.
Working alliance with an avatar: How far can we go with internet interventions?
Heim Eva, Roetger Alexander, Lorenz Noah, Maercker Andreas, 2018. Internet interventions.
Cultural values and the prevalence of mental disorders in 25 countries: A secondary data analysis
Heim Eva, Wegmann Iris, Maercker Andreas, 2017/09. Social Science & Medicine.
FSP & FMPP Qualitätsstandards Onlineinterventionen für Fachpersonen Psychotherapy. [Quality standards online interventions for psychotherapy practitioners].
Berger T, Heim E, Maercker A, Schaub M, Mauvais J, Bernath C, Bielinski D, Blickenstorfer S, Jan du Chêne L, Kubat H et al., 2017., Föderation der Schweizer Psychologinnen und Psychologen FSP [Swiss Federation of Psychologists]..
Kulturelle Anpassung in Diagnostik und Psychotherapie [Cultural adaptation in diagnostics and psychotherapy]
Heim E, Maercker A, 2017. Psychotherapeutenjournal, 1, 4-10.
Soziale Unterstützung nach Traumatisierung [Social support after traumatism]
Maercker Andreas, Heim Eva, Hecker Tobias, Thoma Myriam, 2017. Nervenarzt.
Students' Value Orientations in Contemporary China: Analysis of Measurement Invariance and Latent Mean Differences in Comparison With Students From Germany and Russia
Heim E., Scholten S., Maercker A., Xiu D., Cai D., Gao Z.H., Lu S., Sang Z.Q., Wei J., Kochetkov Y. et al., 2017. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology.
Cultural Adaptation of Minimally Guided Interventions for Common Mental Disorders: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
Harper Shehadeh Shehadeh, Heim Eva, Chowdhary Neerja, Maercker Andreas, Albanese Emiliano, 2016/09/26. JMIR Mental Health.
A New Approach to Culturally Sensitive PTSD Research in Zurich–Inspired by Contributions from Carl Gustav Jung
Maercker Andreas, Heim Eva, 2016. International Psychology Bulletin.
Personalisierte Internet-Psychotherapie-Angebote für die posttraumatische Belastungsstörung. [Personalized Internet-based treatment services for posttraumatic stress disorder]
Maercker Andreas, Hecker Tobias, Heim Eva, 2015. Nervenarzt.
Understanding the underlying mechanisms of recent Jatropha curcas L. adoption by smallholders in Kenya: A rural livelihood assessment in Bond, Kibwezi, and Kwale districts
Mogaka V., Ehrensperger A., Iiyama M., Birtel M., Heim E., Gmuender S., 2014. Energy For Sustainable Development.
Maximising the impact of research: The NCCR North-South approach. Fourth NCCR North-South report on effectiveness. NCCR North-South Dialogue 48.
Michel C, Heim E, Zimmermann A, Herweg K, Breu T, 2013., Bern, Switzerland: NCCR North-South.
Promoting research–user collaboration: An assessment of funding schemes. Fifth NCCR North-South report on effectiveness. NCCR North-South Dialogue 49.
Michel C, Paulsson M, Heim E, Zimmermann A, Herweg K, Breu T, 2013., Bern, Switzerland: NCCR North-South.
The current prevalence of child sexual abuse worldwide: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Barth Juergen, Bermetz Lillian, Heim Eva, Trelle Sven, Tonia Thomy, 2013. International Journal of Public Health.
Tracking alumni career paths: Third NCCR North-South report on effectiveness. NCCR North-South Dialogue 42
Heim E, Engelage S, Zimmermann A, Herweg K, Michel C, Breu T, 2012., Bern, Switzerland: NCCR North-South..
Does it work in practice? Fostering knowledge exchange for sustainable develop¬ment. Second NCCR North-South report on effectiveness. NCCR North-South Dialogue 29.
Heim E, Michel C, Salmi A, Breu T, 2011., Bern, Switzerland: NCCR North-South.
Local solutions for sanitation. Evidence for Policy Series, Global edition, No. 5. Bern, Switzerland: NCCR North-South.
Lüthi C, Morel A, Sherpa M, Tilley E, Heim E, 2011..
Exploring the effectiveness of development research with a monitoring and learning approach
Michel Claudia, Heim Eva, Herweg Karl, Breu Thomas, 2010. Knowledge Management for Development Journal.
Making research relevant to policy-makers, development actors, and local communities. NCCR North-South Dialogue 23.
Michel C, Heim E, Herweg K, Zimmermann A, Breu T, 2010., Bern, Switzerland: NCCR North-South..
Overcoming ambiguities in decentralisation. Evidence for Policy Series, Global edition, No. 3. Bern, Switzerland: NCCR North-South.
Geiser U, Ramakumar R, Rist S, Ponce D, Heim E, 2009..
Saliendo del ciclo de la violencia: mujeres que toman la decisión de separarse. [Breaking the cycle of violence: women leaving a violent partner]
Heim E, 2008/01/31., Cochabamba, Bolivia: Serrano Editores.
DR GRACE W. K. HO PhD, RN
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University School of Nursing
Grace W.K. Ho, PhD, RN, is an Assistant Professor at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University School of Nursing. She is committed to understanding the needs and improving the health and wellbeing of vulnerable children and families through a holistic, biopsychosocial lens. Some of her targeted research areas include promoting positive parenting in at-risk families with young children, evaluating child protection policies and child abuse reporting, and assessing mental health and resilience among youths with childhood adversities.
Dr Ruby Charak, Ph.D.
Adversities in Childhood and Trauma Studies (ACT) Lab
University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
Dr. Ruby Charak (pronouns: she/her/ella; UTRGV Ally) received her Ph.D. in Clinical and Developmental Psychology from the Vrije Universiteit (VU) Amsterdam, The Netherlands in 2015. She is currently the director of the UTRGV Adversities in Childhood and Trauma Studies (ACT) Lab.
Dr. Charak’s research focuses on understanding the cumulative effect of exposure to multiple types of childhood adversities. These include child abuse and neglect, the related consequences of revictimization, and psychopathology, such as post-traumatic stress disorder and personality problems. Her research aims at harboring preventative strategies for reducing violence and victimization during adolescence, treating individual psychopathology, and family dysfunction.
Dr. Charak’s research encompasses the identification of adverse interpersonal processes, including child maltreatment, polyvictimization, revictimization across the lifespan, and traumatic stress reactions, such as PTSD in adolescents and emerging adults. She has worked extensively with geographically and racially diverse adolescents and young adults from underserved regions of the U.S. and globally. Since joining the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley (UTRGV) in 2016, she has extended her research on revictimization by focusing on adolescents and Hispanic young adults and has started to investigate technology-mediated abuse (cyber IPV) in interpersonal relationships. She has also conducted investigations into related mental health disparities in people living in low-income ethnic enclaves along the South Texas-Mexico border and among gender and sexually minoritized LGBTQ+ individuals. Her research aims at harboring preventative strategies for reducing violence and victimization during adolescence and emerging adulthood, treating individual psychopathology, and family dysfunction.
She has statistical expertise in structural equation modeling, mixture modeling and latent variable modeling and often uses these techniques in her research. Dr. Charak has served as a statistical consultant on projects funded by the United Nations International Children’s Funds (UNICEF) and the Menninger Clinic, Houston, Texas. She has started to incorporate mixed method designs in her research work with underserved communities in order to understand the nuanced and lived experiences of individuals.
Foundation Trust, Melrose, US, Maine (MA)
Supporting Underserved New England Nonprofits | Foundation Trust
Dr. Joseph Spinazzola is an internationally-recognized expert in the area of traumatic stress. Dr. Spinazzola is the managing director of the Complex Trauma Training and Treatment Network, senior clinician at the Complex Trauma Treatment Center Boston, and co-director of the Complex Trauma Treatment Affiliates. He is an adjunct professor at Richmont Graduate University, principal investigator of the Developmental Trauma Disorder Field Trials, and a member of the Forensic Panel.
Dr. Joseph Spinazzola has devoted his professional career to aiding children, families and adults impacted by complex trauma. A clinical psychologist in private practice, Dr. Spinazzola is an internationally recognized subject matter expert on the topic of complex traumatic stress. His extensive accomplishments span research, publication, organizational consulting, systems change, and training of multidisciplinary professionals and graduate students.
Joseph’s work over the past three decades has been driven by a dual mission:
Dr. Spinazzola is the author of many scholarly journal articles, book chapters, treatment manuals and consumer resources on complex trauma. His first book, Treating Adult Survivors of Childhood Emotional Abuse and Neglect, was published by the Guilford Press in November 2018.
Department of Psychology, University of Oslo
Senior Researcher, Norwegian Center on Violence and Traumatic Stress Studies, Oslo
Prof Tine K. Jensen, Psych. Ph D, is a professor and a clinical psychologist at the University of Oslo, Department of Psychology and a senior researcher at the Norwegian Center on Violence and Traumatic Stress Studies in Oslo, Norway.
Her therapeutic and research interests have been on understanding consequences of traumatic experiences and the impact they have on youth and their families, and on change processes in psychotherapy. She was the primary investigator of a RCT comparing Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral therapy with treatment as usual for traumatized youth in regular mental health clinics in Norway.
She has been the primary investigator of a longitudinal study on children traumatized by the 2004 South East Asian tsunami, and of a study on mental health problems of unaccompanied young asylum seekers. She is also a senior researcher on a study of health effects on youth and their parents who experienced the 2011 Terror Attack on Utøya Island in Norway. She was a member of the ISTSS guidelines committee for early intervention and treatment of PTSD. After the terror attack in Norway, she was part of the Norwegian Health Directorates expert group for psychosocial interventions.
Birkeland, Marianne Skogbrott; Skar, Ane-Marthe Solheim & Jensen, Tine (2022). Understanding the relationships between trauma type and individual posttraumatic stress symptoms: A cross-sectional study of a clinical sample of children and adolescents. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. ISSN 0021-9630.doi: 1111/jcpp.13602.
Ovenstad, Kristianne Stigsdatter; Jensen, Tine & Ormhaug, Silje Mørup (2021). Four perspectives on traumatized youths’ therapeutic alliance: Correspondence and outcome predictions. Psychotherapy Research. ISSN 1050-3307.doi: 1080/10503307.2021.2011983. Full text in Research Archive
Kjølaas, Siri Hagen; Jensen, Tine & Feragen, Kristin Judith Billaud (2021). ‘I knew it wasn’t normal, I just didn’t know what to do about it’: adversity and caregiver support when growing up in a family with Huntington’s disease. Psychology and Health. ISSN 0887-0446.37(2), 211–229. doi: 10.1080/08870446.2021.1907387. Full text in Research Archive
Skar, Ane-Marthe Solheim; Jensen, Tine Kristin & Harpviken, Anna Naterstad (2021). Who Reports What? A Comparison of Child and Caregivers´ Reports of Child Trauma Exposure and Associations to Post-Traumatic Stress Symptoms and Functional Impairment in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Clinics. Research on Child and Adolescent Psychopathology. ISSN 2730-7166.doi: 1007/s10802-021-00788-y. Full text in Research Archive
Andersson, Elin Sofia; Skar, Ane-Marthe Solheim & Jensen, Tine Kristin (2021). Unaccompanied refugee minors and resettlement: Turning points towards integration. European Journal of Social Psychology. ISSN 0046-2772. 1–30. doi: 10.1002/ejsp.2761. Full text in Research Archive
Bisson, Jonathan I.; Berliner, Lucy; Cloitre, Marylène; Forbes, David; Jensen, Tine Kristin & Lewis, Catrin [Show all 12 contributors for this article](2020). ISTSS PTSD Prevention and Treatment Guidelines: Recommendations. In Forbes, David; Bisson, Jonathan I.; Monson, Candice M. & Berliner, Lucy (Ed.), Effective Treatments for PTSD. Practice Guidelines from the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies.. Guilford Press. ISSN 9781462543571. 109–116.
Jensen, Tine Kristin; Cohen, Judith; Jaycox, Lisa & Rosner, Rita (2020). Treatment of PTSD and Complex PTSD. In Forbes, David; Bisson, Jonathan I.; Monson, Candice M. & Berliner, Lucy (Ed.), Effective Treatments for PTSD. Practice Guidelines from the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies.. Guilford Press. ISSN 9781462543571. 385–413.
Pfeiffer, Elisa; Ormhaug, Silje Mørup; Tutus, Dunja; Holt, Tonje; Rosner, Rita & Wentzel-Larsen, Tore [Show all 7 contributors for this article](2020). Does the therapist matter? Therapist characteristics and their relation to outcome in trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy for children and adolescents. European Journal of Psychotraumatology. ISSN 2000-8066. 11(1), 1–10. doi: 10.1080/20008198.2020.1776048. Full text in Research Archive
Ovenstad, Kristianne Stigsdatter; Ormhaug, Silje M.; Shirk, Stephen R. & Jensen, Tine Kristin (2020). Therapists' behaviors and youths' therapeutic alliance during trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. ISSN 0022-006X.88(4), 350–361. doi: 10.1037/ccp0000465.
Aas, Eline; Silwal, Sanju; Cyr, Pascale-Renée; Holt, Tonje; Ormhaug, Silje Mørup & Jensen, Tine Kristin (2020). Health-related quality of life (HRQoL) in children and adolescent with post-traumatic stress symptom: A comparison of 16D and condition-specific instruments. Nordic Journal of Health Economics. ISSN 1892-9729.8(1), 46–71. doi: 10.5617/njhe.6929. Full text in Research Archive
Stensland, Synne; Thoresen, Siri; Jensen, Tine Kristin; Wentzel-Larsen, Tore & Dyb, Grete (2020). Early Pain and Other Somatic Symptoms Predict Posttraumatic Stress Reactions in Survivors of Terrorist Attacks: The Longitudinal Utøya Cohort Study. Journal of Traumatic Stress. ISSN 0894-9867.33, 1060–1070. doi: 10.1002/jts.22562. Full text in Research Archive
Birkeland, Marianne Skogbrott; Holt, Tonje; Ormhaug, Silje Mørup & Jensen, Tine K. (2020). Perceived social support and posttraumatic stress symptoms in children and youth in therapy: A parallel process latent growth curve model. Behaviour Research and Therapy. ISSN 0005-7967. doi: 10.1016/j.brat.2020.103655. Full text in Research Archive
Bisson, Jonathan I.; Berliner, Lucy; Cloitre, Marylène; Forbes, David; Jensen, Tine Kristin & Lewis, Catrin [Show all 12 contributors for this article](2019). The International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies New Guidelines for the Prevention and Treatment of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: Methodology and Development Process. Journal of Traumatic Stress. ISSN 0894-9867. 32(4), 475–483. doi: 10.1002/jts.22421. Full text in Research Archive
Jensen, Tine Kristin; Stene, Lise Eilin; Nilsen, Lisa Govasli; Haga, Jon Magnus & Dyb, Grete (2019). Tidlig intervensjon og behandling. In Dyb, Grete & Jensen, Tine Kristin (Ed.), Å leve videre etter katastrofen: Stressreaksjoner og oppfølging etter traumer. Gyldendal Akademisk. ISSN 9788205522602. 141–165.
Thoresen, Siri; Dyb, Grete & Jensen, Tine Kristin (2019). Sosial støtte, svik og sosiale barrierer. In Dyb, Grete & Jensen, Tine Kristin (Ed.), Å leve videre etter katastrofen: Stressreaksjoner og oppfølging etter traumer. Gyldendal Akademisk. ISSN 9788205522602. 85–94.
Bisson, Jonathan I; Berliner, Lucy; Cloitre, Marylène; Forbes, David; Jensen, Tine Kristin & Lewis, Catrin [Show all 12 contributors for this article](2019). The International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies New Guidelines for the Prevention and Treatment of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: Methodology and Development Process. Journal of Traumatic Stress. ISSN 0894-9867. 1–9. doi: 10.1002/jts.22421.
Knutsen, Marie Lindebø; Sachser, Cedric; Holt, Tonje; Goldbeck, Lutz & Jensen, Tine Kristin (2019). Trajectories and Possible Predictors of Treatment Outcome for Youth Receiving Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Psychological Trauma. ISSN 1942-9681.doi: 1037/tra0000482.
Thoresen, Siri; Holt, Tonje; Jensen, Tine Kristin & Dyb, Grete (2019). Foreldreskap - Å være forelder når barnet ditt er i livsfare. In Dyb, Grete & Jensen, Tine Kristin (Ed.), Å leve videre etter katastrofen: Stressreaksjoner og oppfølging etter traumer. Gyldendal Akademisk. ISSN 9788205522602. 42–56.
Dyb, Grete & Jensen, Tine Kristin (2019). Å oppleve et overveldende traume - Hvordan blir livet etterpå?In Dyb, Grete & Jensen, Tine Kristin (Ed.), Å leve videre etter katastrofen: Stressreaksjoner og oppfølging etter traumer. Gyldendal Akademisk. ISSN 9788205522602. 15–32.
Eidhammer, Sandra Ekelund; Jahr, Håkon Larsen; Blix, Ines & Jensen, Tine Kristin (2019). Traumefokusert kognitiv atferdsterapi for barn og ungdom med PTSD og kompleks PTSD. Tidsskrift for Norsk Psykologforening. ISSN 0332-6470.
Skar, Ane-Marthe Solheim; Ormhaug, Silje Mørup & Jensen, Tine Kristin (2019). Reported Levels of Upset in Youth After Routine Trauma Screening at Mental Health Clinics. JAMA Network Open. ISSN 2574-3805.2(5). doi: 1001/jamanetworkopen.2019.4003. Full text in Research Archive
Jensen, Tine Kristin; Skar, Ane-Marthe Solheim; Andersson, Elin Sofia & Birkeland, Marianne Skogbrott (2019). Long-term mental health in unaccompanied refugee minors: Pre- and post-flight predictors. European Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. ISSN 1018-8827.doi: 1007/s00787-019-01340-6. Full text in Research Archive
Bartels, Lasse; Berliner, Lucy; Holt, Tonje; Jensen, Tine Kristin; Jungbluth, Nathaniel & Plener, Paul [Show all 12 contributors for this article](2019). The importance of the DSM-5 posttraumatic stress disorder symptoms of cognitions and mood in traumatized children and adolescents: two network approaches. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. ISSN 0021-9630. 60(5), 545–554. doi: 10.1111/jcpp.13009. Full text in Research Archive
Aas, Eline; Iversen, Tor; Holt, Tonje; Ormhaug, Silje Mørup & Jensen, Tine Kristin (2019). Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: A Randomized Control Trial among Norwegian Youth. Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology. ISSN 1537-4416.48(1), S298–S311. doi: 10.1080/15374416.2018.1463535. Full text in Research Archive
Knutsen, Marie & Jensen, Tine Kristin (2019). Changes in the trauma narratives of youth receiving trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy in relation to posttraumatic stress symptoms. Psychotherapy Research. ISSN 1050-3307.29(1), 99–111. doi: 10.1080/10503307.2017.1303208.
Bugge, Ingrid; Jensen, Tine Kristin; Nilsen, Lisa Govasli; Ekeberg, Øivind; Dyb, Grete & Diseth, Trond H (2018). Psychosocial care for hospitalized young survivors after the terror attack on Utøya Island: A qualitative study of the survivors’ experiences. ISSN 0020-1383. p. 1–8. doi: 10.1016/j.injury.2018.10.024.
Jensen, Tine Kristin; Holt, Tonje; Ormhaug, Silje Mørup; Fjermestad, Krister & Wentzel-Larsen, Tore (2018). Change in post-traumatic cognitions mediates treatment effects for traumatized youth — A randomized controlled trial. Journal of Counseling Psychology. ISSN 0022-0167.65(2), 166–177. doi: 10.1037/cou0000258. Full text in Research Archive
Ormhaug, Silje Mørup & Jensen, Tine Kristin (2018). Investigating treatment characteristics and first-session relationship variables as predictors of dropout in the treatment of traumatized youth. Psychotherapy Research. ISSN 1050-3307.28(2), 235–249. doi: 10.1080/10503307.2016.1189617.
Holt, Tonje; Jensen, Tine Kristin; Dyb, Grete & Wentzel-Larsen, Tore (2017). Emotional reactions in parents of the youth who experienced the Utøya shooting on 22 July 2011; results from a cohort study. BMJ Open. ISSN 2044-6055.7(10). doi: 1136/bmjopen-2016-015345. Full text in Research Archive
Sachser, Cedric; Berliner, Lucy; Holt, Tonje; Jensen, Tine Kristin; Jungbluth, Nathaniel & Risch, Elizabeth [Show all 8 contributors for this article](2017). Comparing the dimensional structure and diagnostic algorithms between DSM-5 and ICD-11 PTSD in children and adolescents. European Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. ISSN 1018-8827. 27(2), 181–190. doi: 10.1007/s00787-017-1032-9.
Jensen, Tine Kristin; Holt, Tonje & Ormhaug, Silje Mørup (2017). A follow-up study from a multisite, randomized controlled trial for traumatized children receiving TF-CBT. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology. ISSN 0091-0627.45(8), 1587–1597. doi: 10.1007/s10802-017-0270-0.
Goldbeck, Lutz & Jensen, Tine Kristin (2017). The diagnostic spectrum of trauma-related disorders in children and adolescents. In Landolt, Markus A.; Cloitre, Marylène & Schnyder, Ulrich (Ed.), Evidence-based treatments for trauma related disorders in children and adolescents. Springer. ISSN 978-3-319-46136-6. 3–28. doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-46138-0_1.
Sachser, Cedric; Berliner, Lucy; Holt, Tonje; Jensen, Tine Kristin; Jungbluth, Nathaniel & Risch, Elizabeth [Show all 8 contributors for this article](2017). International development and psychometric properties of the Child and Adolescent Trauma Screen (CATS). Journal of Affective Disorders. ISSN 0165-0327. 210, 189–195. doi: 10.1016/j.jad.2016.12.040.
Glad, Kristin Alve; Hafstad, Gertrud Sofie; Jensen, Tine Kristin & Dyb, Grete (2017). A longitudinal study of psychological distress and exposure to trauma reminders after terrorism. Psychological Trauma. ISSN 1942-9681.9, 145–152. doi: 10.1037/tra0000224.
Dos Santos, Nancy Ellen; Jensen, Tine Kristin & Ormhaug, Silje Mørup (2016). Er det så ille å bli spurt om traumer? : barns opplevelser av traumekartlegging i BUP. Tidsskrift for Norsk Psykologforening. ISSN 0332-6470.53(7), 536–545. Full text in Research Archive
Glad, Kristin Alve; Jensen, Tine Kristin; Hafstad, Gertrud Sofie & Dyb, Grete (2016). Posttraumatic stress disorder and exposure to trauma reminders after a terrorist attack. Journal of Trauma & Dissociation. ISSN 1529-9732.17(4), 435–447. doi: 10.1080/15299732.2015.1126777.
Jensen, Tine Kristin & Ormhaug, Silje Mørup (2016). Tidlig intervensjon og forebygging av traumerelaterte vansker og posttraumatisk stress hos barn og unge, Barn, vold og traumer. Møter med unge i utsatte livssituasjoner.. Universitetsforlaget. ISSN 9788215026411. 23–44.
Jensen, Tine Kristin & Ormhaug, Silje Mørup (2016). Behandling av barn og ungdom som har erfart traumer, Barn, vold og traumer. Møter med unge i utsatte livssituasjoner.. Universitetsforlaget. ISSN 9788215026411. 237–250.
Filkukova, Petra; Hafstad, Gertrud Sofie & Jensen, Tine Kristin (2016). Who can I trust? Extended fear during and after the Utøya terrorist attack. Psychological Trauma. ISSN 1942-9681.8(4), 512–519. doi: 10.1037/tra0000141.
Filkukova, Petra; Jensen, Tine Kristin; Hafstad, Gertrud Sofie; Minde, Hanne Torvund & Dyb, Grete (2016). The relationship between posttraumatic stress symptoms and narrative structure among adolescent terrorist-attack survivors. European Journal of Psychotraumatology. ISSN 2000-8066. doi: 10.3402/ejpt.v7.29551.
Thoresen, Siri; Jensen, Tine Kristin; Wentzel-Larsen, Tore & Dyb, Grete (2016). Parents of terror victims. A longitudinal study of parental mental health following the 2011 terrorist attack on Utøya Island. Journal of Anxiety Disorders. ISSN 0887-6185.38, 47–54. doi: 10.1016/j.janxdis.2016.01.004.
Skårdalsmo, Envor M. Bjørgo & Jensen, Tine Kristin (2015). Unaccompanied refugee minors’ early life narratives of physical abuse from caregivers and teachers in their home countries. International Journal of Child Abuse & Neglect. ISSN 0145-2134.48, 148–159. doi: 10.1016/j.chiabu.2015.08.003.
Jensen, Tine Kristin; Thoresen, Siri & Dyb, Grete (2015). Coping responses in the midst of terror: The July 22 terror attack at Utøya Island in Norway. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology. ISSN 0036-5564.56(1), 45–52. doi: 10.1111/sjop.12182.
Jensen, Tine Kristin; Skårdalsmo, Envor M. Bjørgo & Fjermestad, Krister (2014). Development of mental health problems – a follow-up study of unaccompanied refugee minors. Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Mental Health (CAPMH). ISSN 1753-2000.doi: 1186/1753-2000-8-29. Full text in Research Archive
Holt, Tonje; Cohen, Judith; Mannarino, Anthony & Jensen, Tine Kristin (2014). Parental Emotional Response to Children’s Traumas. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma. ISSN 1092-6771. 1057–1071. doi: 10.1080/10926771.2014.953717.
Thoresen, Siri; Jensen, Tine Kristin & Dyb, Grete (2014). Media Participation and Mental Health in Terrorist Attack Survivors. Journal of Traumatic Stress. ISSN 0894-9867.27(6), 639–646. doi: 10.1002/jts.21971.
Glad, Kristin Alve; Jensen, Tine Kristin & Dyb, Grete (2014). "Er det hjelp du har savnet etter terroranslaget på Utøya?" : foreldrene forteller. Tidsskrift for Norsk Psykologforening. ISSN 0332-6470.51(7), 537–545.
Hafstad, Gertrud Sofie; Dyb, Grete; Jensen, Tine Kristin; Steinberg, Alan M. & Pynoos, Robert S (2014). PTSD prevalence and symptom structure of DSM-5 criteria in adolescents and young adults surviving the 2011 shooting in Norway. Journal of Affective Disorders. ISSN 0165-0327.169(1), 40–46. doi: 10.1016/j.jad.2014.06.055.
Dyb, Grete; Jensen, Tine Kristin; Glad, Kristin Alve; Nygaard, Egil & Thoresen, Siri (2014). Early outreach to survivors of the shootings in Norway on the 22nd of July 2011. European Journal of Psychotraumatology. ISSN 2000-8066. doi: 10.3402/ejpt.v5.23523.
Holt, Tonje; Jensen, Tine Kristin & Wentzel-Larsen, Tore (2014). The change and the mediating role of parental emotional reactions and depression in the treatment of traumatized youth: results from a randomized controlled study. Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Mental Health (CAPMH). ISSN 1753-2000.8(1). doi: 1186/1753-2000-8-11.
Hukkelberg, Silje Sommer; Ormhaug, Silje Mørup; Holt, Tonje; Wentzel-Larsen, Tore & Jensen, Tine Kristin (2014). Diagnostic utility of CPSS vs. CAPS-CA for assessing posttraumatic stress symptoms in children and adolescents. Journal of Anxiety Disorders. ISSN 0887-6185.28(1), 51–56. doi: 10.1016/j.janxdis.2013.11.001.
Thoresen, Siri; Jensen, Tine Kristin; Wentzel-Larsen, Tore & Dyb, Grete (2014). Social support barriers and mental health in terrorist attack survivors. Journal of Affective Disorders. ISSN 0165-0327.156, 187–193. doi: 10.1016/j.jad.2013.12.014.
Medical and Research Director
Helen Bamber Foundation
Cornelius Katona is Medical Director of the Helen Bamber Foundation - a human rights charity working with asylum seekers and refugees and Hon Professor in the Division of Psychiatry at University College London. He is the Royal College of Psychiatrists’ lead on Refugee and Asylum Mental Health. He was a member of the Committee that recently updated NICE guidelines on PTSD. He has published more than 300 papers and written/edited 16 books. In 2019 he was awarded the Royal College of Psychiatrists’ Honorary Fellowship, the College’s highest honour, for his ‘outstanding service to psychiatry’.
Robjant, K., Hassan, R., & Katona, C. (2009). Mental health implications of detaining asylum seekers: systematic review. Br J Psychiatry, 194(4), 306-312.
McDonnell, M., Robjant, K., & Katona, C. (2013). Complex posttraumatic stress disorder and survivors of human rights violations. Current Opinion in Psychiatry, 26(1), 1-6.
Kissane, M., Szymanski, L., Upthegrove, R., & Katona, C. (2014). Complex posttraumatic stress disorder in traumatised asylum seekers: a pilot study. The European Journal of Psychiatry, 28(3), 137-144
Arnold F, Katona C, Cohen J, Jones L, McCoy D Responding to the needs of refugees.
BMJ. 2015 Dec 16;351:h6731. doi: 10.1136/bmj.h6731.
Grant-Peterkin H, Pickles H, Katona C Mental capacity of those in immigration detention in the UK. Med Sci Law. 2016 Jul 14. pii: 0025802416657263
Katona C Non-affective psychosis in refugees. BMJ. 2016 Mar 15;352:i1279. doi: 10.1136/bmj.i1279Katona C and Robjant R (2017). Research Topic: Complex post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in the context of human rights abuse. Frontiers in Psychiatry http://journal.frontiersin.org/researchtopic/2853/complex-post-traumatic-stress-disorder-in-the-context-of-human-rights-abuse
Robjant K, Roberts J and Katona C (2017) . Treating PTSD in female victims of trafficking using Narrative Exposure Therapy (NET): A case series. In: Complex post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in the context of human rights abuse (Katona C and Robjant K, eds) Frontiers in Psychiatry http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fpsyt.2017.00063/full
Sen P, Anton J, Connell E, Forrester A, Katona C, Khan A, Moran P, Robjant K, Slade K, Tan J, Widyeratna K, Youd J,. Mental health morbidity amongst people subject to immigration detention in the UK Epidemiology and Psychiatric Sciences, in press