Intervention: the International Journal of Mental Health, Psychosocial Work and Counselling in Areas of Armed Conflict (Intervention Journal)
Intervention Journal collects and disseminates a large diversity of information and experience in the field of psychological and psychosocial aid. Intervention Journal publishes articles that are relevant for professionals and volunteers working in areas of armed conflict, and other humanitarian emergencies, and for those working with refugees throughout the world.
This group will be used to keep the MHPSS network updated about Intervention Journal. In the future we will publish here f.e. requests for book reviews and articles on ‘new’topics. The group is also a place for discussions and debates on topics of relevance to Intervention Journal.
For the content of the latest issues (some articles are free) and for subscriptions please visit the publisher’s site http://www.interventionjnl.com
In order to continue, the journal needs paying subscribers! Please consider a subscription (it is not really expensive), and ask your academic library to take a subscription if they haven’t yet done so…
Articles older than 12 months can be downloaded from the journals own website: http://www.interventionjournal.com
Creating therapeutic spaces through sports and theatre
This collection discusses the possibility to use sports and art (mainly theatre) as intervention methods within MHPSS.
Sports & Arts
This document contains the references to all articles, field reports and book reviews around the themes Sports & Arts that have been published in Intervention since 2003.
Personal reflections Collection Reference List
This collection puts a special emphasis on professionals in the field of mental health and psychosocial support (MHPSS) and the way they reflect and review their own role in relation to (past) experiences.
At this moment the list contains 8 articles, discussing personal reflections that have been published in Intervention since 2003.
Call for personal reflections from field workers!
Inspired by the previous contributions in this collection, we would like to invite you, as a fieldworker, to write an article on your personal reflections: tell us about your experiences and personal perspectives on the MHPSS field!
Book reviews in Intervention
Overview of book reviews published in Intervention Journal (2003-2012).
Middle-East and North-Africa (MENA) region Collection Reference List
This document contains the references to all articles, field reports and book reviews around the region Middle-East and North-Africa (MENA) that have been published in Intervention since 2003.
Collection on Middle-East and North-Africa (MENA)
The MENA collection is the first regional collection of Intervention. It refers to articles, field reports and book reviews dealing with mental health, psychosocial work and counselling in the Middle-East and North-Africa.
CHILD SOLDIERS Collection Reference List
This document contains the references to all articles, field reports and book reviews around the theme CHILD SOLDIERS that have been published in Intervention since 2003.
At this moment the list contains 18 articles and 4 book reviews.
CHILD SOLDIERS (M/F): different impact, different approach?
This discussion refers to all articles, field reports and book reviews around the theme CHILD SOLDIERS that have been published in Intervention since 2003.
References and other reading material are available in the CHILD SOLDIERS Collection Reference List
Newest Issue (10.1) of Intervention Journal now available
Enclosed you can find the titles and writers of all articles published in Intervention Journal 10.1 Please find the access to abstracts and full text versions of these articles on:
IASC Guidelines Collection Reference List
This document contains the references to all articles, field reports and book reviews around the theme IASC Guidelines that have been published in Intervention since 2003.
At this moment the list contains 36 articles.
5 years IASC GUIDELINES MHPSS: an indispensable framework?
After five years, how have the initial needs and challenges of the IASC guidelines on MHPSS been met and what are the most important lessons learned and challenges that still lay ahead of us?
See the discussion and join!
Abstract of opening article issue 9.3
You will find enclosed the abstract of the opening article of Intervention Journal special issue 9.3. If you want to read the whole article please go to:
Book reviews in Intervention
Overview of book reviews published in Intervention Journal (2003-2011).