The utility of psychometric assessment and monitoring within the Context of EMDR with refugee and asylum seeking Children/Adolescents

Description

Accurate neuropsychological/psychological assessment and monitoring are crucial to complex cases of refugee and asylum seeking children and adolescents. These are examined in the context of relevant case vignettes. The limitations and relevance of accurate and therapeutic assessment and monitoring are examined and the utility of psychological instruments. Language and timing of interventions are also considered. The use of a multimodal approach sensitive to individual and intellectual differences and relevance of EMDR is discussed.

Format

Conference

Language

English

Author(s)

E. Rivlin

Original Work Citation

Rivlin, E. (2009, March). The utility of psychometric assessment and monitoring within the Context of EMDR with refugee and asylum seeking Children/Adolescents. Symposium conducted at the 7th EMDR Association UK & Ireland Annual Conference, Manchester, UK

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Citation

“The utility of psychometric assessment and monitoring within the Context of EMDR with refugee and asylum seeking Children/Adolescents,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed November 28, 2020, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/18839.

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