Natasha Moskovici, therapeutic caseworker, Refugee Council
This is a sensitive and compassionately written handbook that places the refugee and asylum seekers' experience in a very real and human context. It offers insight to help those working with them to avoid falling into the dynamic of victim and expert helper, whilst never ignoring the multiple challenges the client is likely to experience.
Dr Florence Mukuna MBCHB, GP trainee East London
This handbook will be of particular interest to medical professionals in general practice, as their experience can hinder or facilitate a refugee's interaction with healthcare. The important insight this book provides not only improves the patient's outcome and experience, but also the efficiency of the healthcare system.
Counselling and Psychotherapy Journal
This guide provides a comprehensive framework for healthcare professionals who work with asylum seekers and refugees... I found this book to be informative and sensitive. It is not only aimed at therapists, but at all professionals who may benefit from including a therapeutic dimension in their work with refugees and asylum seekers, including social workers and lawyers.