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Mental health promotion among newcomer female youth

Mental health promotion among newcomer female youth

post-migration experiences and self-esteem

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Published by Status of Women Canada in [Ottawa] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mental health promotion -- Canada.,
  • Women immigrants -- Mental health -- Canada.,
  • Women immigrants -- Services for -- Canada.,
  • Young women -- Mental health -- Canada.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesPromotion de la santé mentale des jeunes immigrantes
    StatementNazilla Khanlou ... [et al.].
    ContributionsKhanlou, Nazilla, 1965-, Canada. Status of Women Canada. Policy Research.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 73, viii, 80 p. ;
    Number of Pages80
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19070659M
    ISBN 100662665376

    Determinants of mental health for newcomer youth: Policy and service implications Published: There is a lack of Canadian research on the mental health of newcomer youth.   The terms mental health promotion and prevention have often been confused. Promotion is defined as intervening to optimize positive mental health by addressing determinants of positive mental health before a specific mental health problem has been identified, with the ultimate goal of improving the positive mental health of the population. Mental health prevention is defined as .

    Mental Health Promotion in Ontario: A Call to Action There is a strong evidence with respect to the factors that promote positive mental health. The three most significant determinants of mental health are social inclusion, freedom from discrimination and violence, and access to economic resources. Newcomer youth are at a life stage when they are more adaptable to change Maintaining a connection to culture of origin can be positive for identity development Mental and physical health youth’s mental and physical health. Pre-migration trauma can impact newcomer 21 There is a lack of youth mental health supports inFile Size: KB.

      1. The promotion of mental health and the prevention of mental health problems in children and adolescents. Improving mental health and reducing the burden of mental illnesses are complementary strategies which, along with treatment and rehabilitation of people with mental disorders, significantly improve population health and well-being (WHO, ).Cited by: 3. Mental Health Promotion in Young People – an Investment for the Future page 1 The foundation for good mental health is laid in the early years of childhood and adolescence. Growing evidence shows the long-term value of promoting the positive mental health of children and young Size: 53KB.


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Mental Health Promotion Among Newcomer Female Youth: Post-Migration Experiences and Self-Esteem. Mental Health Promotion Among Newcomer Female Youth: Post-Migration Experiences and Self-Esteem, provides a new examination of mental health promotion strategies for immigrant and refugee female adolescents.

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Tagged: Immigrant women; Mental health services Book Review: Sweetening the Pill or How We Got Hooked on Hormonal Birth Control. Mental Health Promotion Among Newcomer Female Youth: Post-Migration Experiences and Self-Esteem By Nazilla Khanlou Morton Beiser, Marlinda Freire, Ilene Hyman, Kenise Murphy Kilbride and I.

About the authors. Khanlou is the women's health research chair in mental health in the Faculty of Health at York University and an associate professor in its School of Nursing. Professor Khanlou's clinical background is in psychiatric nursing.

specific groups engaging with newcomer youth experiencing homelessness Chapter (PDF Available) July with 28 Reads How we measure 'reads'. This study explored the post-migratory experiences of newcomer female youth attending secondary school within a multi-cultural context.

Focus groups were held with 10 newcomer female youth, in. Mental health services for newcomer youth: Exploring needs and enhancing access.

Final Outcomes Report to the Provincial Centre of Excellence for Child and Youth Mental Health at. Promoting Mental Health: Concepts, Emerging Evidence, Practice emphasizes that everyone has a role and responsibility in mental health promotion and encourages integrated participation from a variety of sectors such as education, work, environment, urban planning and community.

In another study with newcomer female youth in English as Second Language classes, we considered both individual and systemic aspects to mental health promotion in the resettlement society for new immigrant youth (Khanlou et al., ).Cited by: Youth Mental Health Workshop Bridging the gap between mental health services & newcomer youth Sheeba Narikuzhy, M.A (Psychology) Daniel Poliszczuk, BSW Nandu Anilkumar (Youth participant) Video: Change the View on Mental Health Created by the EMYS Newcomer Youth Participants in for CMHO Video Contest (Awarded with 2nd Prize, May ).

Khanlou N, Beiser M, Cole E, Freire M, Hyman I, Kilbride K Mental health promotion among newcomer female youth: post-migration experiences and self-esteem/promotion de la santé mentale des jeunes immigrantes: expériences et estime de soi post-migratoires.

Status of Women Canada, Ottawa (English and French versions)Cited by: among Youth of the Ideals of Peace, Mutual Respect and Understanding between Peoples.

From toboth the General Assembly and the Economic and Social Council emphasized three basic themes in the field of youth: participation, development and peace.

Research on the mental health and well-being of recent immigrants, and on the mental health disparities among immigrant sub-groups (e.g., refugees, family class and economic class immigrants), is limited.

Existing studies suggest that recent immigrants experience better mental. Promoting the Mental Health of Newcomer Clients. Date: The symposium will also serve as a launch for OCASI’s Mental Health Promotion Guide for Agencies Serving Immigrants and Refugees in Ontario, a document that will help agencies and front-line workers develop policies and practices that promote refugee and newcomer clients’ mental health.

The chapter focuses on the self-esteem of newcomer youth from four ethnic backgrounds (Afghan, Colombian, Sudanese, and Tamil).The study findings can contribute to mental health promotion strategies in multicultural and immigrant-receiving community by: 3.

Prabha S. Chandra is Professor of Psychiatry at the National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences (NIMHANS), Bengaluru, India. She is in charge of the perinatal psychiatry service which is the first of its kind in South Asia. She also heads the NIMHANS Centre for Well Being which is an urban community center for mental health focusing on youth and women.

Motherhood and Childbirth Experiences among Newcomer Women in Canada,Motherhood and childbirth are very sensitive experiences and have a strong impact on family functioning, social identity, and cohesiveness. This book used a critical ethnographic study to explore 16 newcomer women’s experiences and understandings of motherhood and childbirth in the aftermath of migration Author: Fatmeh Alzoubi, Helene Berman.PAGE iii On behalf of the Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC), we are delighted to share with you The Mental Health Strategy for Canada: A Youth Perspective.

The MHCC’s Youth Council worked tirelessly to adapt Changing Directions, Changing Lives: The Mental Health Strategy for Canada into a highly accessible format. The links between the CRHP's interventions and the mental health promotion framework discussed above provide the rationale for the study described in this report.

The study objectives are to: 1. Describe concepts of mental health and beliefs about determinants of mental health and illness among women involved with the CRHP.

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