After a reflective response to the last NEW FRONTIERS issue, and articles on measuring suffering, on resilience of women in the aftermath of Peruan conflict and on trauma focused vs. non-trauma focused interventions, a special section presents personal reflections on psychosocial support in West-African ebola affected communities.
July 2015 - Volume 13 - Issue 2
After reflections on Patel's article about bridging the credibility gap (see previous issue), this issue contains articles on domestic violence in Nepal, on learning from sharing circles with vulnerable populations in Myanmar, on training community health workers in Haiti, and about resilience and well-being in Kashmir's women's lives. From the field a report is presented about what one needs to know before hiring a trainer for capacity building projects, followed by a reflection on mental health needs of Syrian refugees and a book review on global mental health.
December 2014 - Volume 12 - Number 4
2014 SUPPLEMENT edition: NEXT FRONTIERS for Mental Health and Psychosocial Wellbeing in Low Income and Conflict Affected Settings.
November 2014 - Volume 12 - Number 3
This issue contains a special section on rehabilitation of former child soldiers. The editor in chief presens the dilemma: labels and the power to harm.
July 2014 - Volume 12 - Number 2
In this issue the editor-in-chief touches questions of the evidence base of interventions. There is a special debate with discussion on Narrative Exposure Therapy, including a number of invited comments from the professional network.
March 2014 - Volume 12 - Number 1
The editors announce changes around the journal, which now has a new look and (sub)title, and an appeal for widening diversity and dynamism.The issue contains a special section on peacebuilding and psychosocial work, in a context of wider social change.