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Development and Migration

In Bhutan, I often hear people attribute social ills to migration. Now that I’m working on a project addressing youth suicide, I hear about this even more. Migration here tends to go from rural to urban and from Bhutan to other countries (for education usually). People say that it leads to the breakdown of the family and community, to a loss of identity, to exposure to toxic stressors, and a… Read Article →

A building in Amsterdam at night along the canal.

Higher Rates of Psychosis in Migrant Populations

I was recently listening to a podcast about global mental health. The guest speaker mentioned that   Perceived #discrimination is a risk factor for #schizophrenia in #migrant populations. Click To Tweet   What??? This set off one of my more intense google binges. As I wrote about before, I am interested in the experiences of migrants. These are often innocent people who are often fleeing their country of origin because… Read Article →