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Implementing psychotherapy as part of healthcare services in Lebanon

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Published: 18.09.18
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Dr Kai Ruggeri - University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK, Tomas Folke, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK

Dr Kai Ruggeri and Tomas Folke talk to ecancer at the R4HC meeting about the challenges created by the influx of Syrian refugees in Lebanon at a time when they are trying to integrate mental health into primary care services.

They discuss their work alongside the Global Mental Health Lab in implementing interpersonal psychotherapy as part of healthcare services and the benefits of this approach in both the short and long term.

They conclude that this issue feeds into the global movement towards pushing mental health services as a local policy matter. 

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