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More than one million children are thought to be in need of psychosocial support, according to Ms. Ferhat of Save the Children.
And a wave of female teenage suicide bombers has prompted authorities to treat many young women — the same age as the Chibok girls — as dangerous suspects, not victims in need of psychosocial support.
Jermaine Anton Wyatt, vice president of psychosocial services since 2015, is leaving next month to take a job in Washington, confirmed Becky J. Frank, the organization's vice president of development and marketing.
In addition to the many medical and psychosocial issues, there are practical ones as well.
Two studies have addressed the link between early psychosocial deprivation and autism.
To gain competence as a driver would likely require combinations of medication with psychosocial treatments, such as behavior therapy, Hinshaw said.
One account comes from the victim’s full-time aid, Alicia Malan, assigned to shadow him at all times for two school years as his psychosocial rehabilitationist, or PSR.
A victim of a car accident, for example, may be experiencing trauma that impairs their psychosocial health and certainly spiritual distress.
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