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Bethlehem Psychiatric Hospital provides the only facilities of this type in the occupied Palestinian territory. Currently 180 psychiatric patients can be accommodated here, receiving the support and therapy they need to manage their conditions and, sometimes, develop the necessary life skills to eventually move back in with their families. (...) WHO supports the programme at Bethlehem Psychiatric Hospital with funding from the European Union.
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Score: 1993611 - https://www.un.org/unispal/document/auto-insert-205668/
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Psychiatric hospitals work with very limited resources in providing mental health care services” explains Dr. Lam Tu Trung, the director of the Da Nang psychiatric hospital. As a part of the community based project of Basic Needs, the psychiatric hospital trains staff from selected commune health stations to identify mental health issues and to provide basic psychotherapy and follow-up care after psychiatric treatment. (...) After several months of group therapy, Ms. Phung was selected to attend training on group facilitation.
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Score: 1898230.5 - https://www.who.int/vietnam/ne...network-of-care-across-sectors
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THE DEFENCE’S MOTION AND THE PROSECUTOR’S REPLY The Defence Motion of 9 July: The Defendant asserted that "[t] he Prosecution in this case knowingly and intentionally withheld information from the Defence establishing that Witness A - had suffered ‘psychological trauma’ from the time of her captivity on 15 May 1993 at least to the date of the Certificate (11 July 1995); - was under psychiatric care for at least a year and half, from late 1993 until mid-1995; - at least during the time she was under psychiatric care, suffered from suppressed memory; - at least during the time she was under psychiatric care, was taking prescription drugs; and - at least during the time she was under psychiatric care, was suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. (...) The Prosecutor’s Reply of 13 July: In its Response, the Prosecution stated that " on 29 June 1998, it provided the Defence with a redacted certificate and statement from a psychologist at the Medica Women’s Therapy Centre in Zenica concerning Witness A and counseling she received at the Centre". According to the Prosecution, these documents "do not relate to or describe any type of clinical psychiatric treatment or any form of psychiatric care" and the Defence was orally notified before the beginning of the trial that "Witness A had visited the Medica center in Zenica".
Language:English
Score: 1792950 - https://www.icty.org/en/node/1970
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THE DEFENCE’S MOTION AND THE PROSECUTOR’S REPLY The Defence Motion of 9 July: The Defendant asserted that "[t] he Prosecution in this case knowingly and intentionally withheld information from the Defence establishing that Witness A - had suffered ‘psychological trauma’ from the time of her captivity on 15 May 1993 at least to the date of the Certificate (11 July 1995); - was under psychiatric care for at least a year and half, from late 1993 until mid-1995; - at least during the time she was under psychiatric care, suffered from suppressed memory; - at least during the time she was under psychiatric care, was taking prescription drugs; and - at least during the time she was under psychiatric care, was suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. (...) The Prosecutor’s Reply of 13 July: In its Response, the Prosecution stated that " on 29 June 1998, it provided the Defence with a redacted certificate and statement from a psychologist at the Medica Women’s Therapy Centre in Zenica concerning Witness A and counseling she received at the Centre". According to the Prosecution, these documents "do not relate to or describe any type of clinical psychiatric treatment or any form of psychiatric care" and the Defence was orally notified before the beginning of the trial that "Witness A had visited the Medica center in Zenica".
Language:English
Score: 1792950 - https://www.icty.org/en/press/...l-will-re-open-early-september
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THE DEFENCE’S MOTION AND THE PROSECUTOR’S REPLY The Defence Motion of 9 July: The Defendant asserted that "[t] he Prosecution in this case knowingly and intentionally withheld information from the Defence establishing that Witness A - had suffered ‘psychological trauma’ from the time of her captivity on 15 May 1993 at least to the date of the Certificate (11 July 1995); - was under psychiatric care for at least a year and half, from late 1993 until mid-1995; - at least during the time she was under psychiatric care, suffered from suppressed memory; - at least during the time she was under psychiatric care, was taking prescription drugs; and - at least during the time she was under psychiatric care, was suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. (...) The Prosecutor’s Reply of 13 July: In its Response, the Prosecution stated that " on 29 June 1998, it provided the Defence with a redacted certificate and statement from a psychologist at the Medica Women’s Therapy Centre in Zenica concerning Witness A and counseling she received at the Centre". According to the Prosecution, these documents "do not relate to or describe any type of clinical psychiatric treatment or any form of psychiatric care" and the Defence was orally notified before the beginning of the trial that "Witness A had visited the Medica center in Zenica".
Language:English
Score: 1766961 - https://www.icty.org/fr/node/1971
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THE DEFENCE’S MOTION AND THE PROSECUTOR’S REPLY The Defence Motion of 9 July: The Defendant asserted that "[t] he Prosecution in this case knowingly and intentionally withheld information from the Defence establishing that Witness A - had suffered ‘psychological trauma’ from the time of her captivity on 15 May 1993 at least to the date of the Certificate (11 July 1995); - was under psychiatric care for at least a year and half, from late 1993 until mid-1995; - at least during the time she was under psychiatric care, suffered from suppressed memory; - at least during the time she was under psychiatric care, was taking prescription drugs; and - at least during the time she was under psychiatric care, was suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. (...) The Prosecutor’s Reply of 13 July: In its Response, the Prosecution stated that " on 29 June 1998, it provided the Defence with a redacted certificate and statement from a psychologist at the Medica Women’s Therapy Centre in Zenica concerning Witness A and counseling she received at the Centre". According to the Prosecution, these documents "do not relate to or describe any type of clinical psychiatric treatment or any form of psychiatric care" and the Defence was orally notified before the beginning of the trial that "Witness A had visited the Medica center in Zenica".
Language:English
Score: 1766961 - https://www.icty.org/fr/press/...l-will-re-open-early-september
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School psychologists moderate school discussions and make recommendations on the need for support or therapy. If children and young people are supported by different professionals, they can take over the coordination. In compliance with official and professional secrecy as well as data protection, the school psychologists work together with other specialists: School curative education, speech therapy, (school) social work, pediatric and youth psychiatric practices or services, school medical service.
Language:English
Score: 1679381.6 - https://publicadministration.u...nt/Compendium/CompendiumID/614
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School psychologists moderate school discussions and make recommendations on the need for support or therapy. If children and young people are supported by different professionals, they can take over the coordination. In compliance with official and professional secrecy as well as data protection, the school psychologists work together with other specialists: School curative education, speech therapy, (school) social work, pediatric and youth psychiatric practices or services, school medical service.
Language:English
Score: 1653314.5 - https://publicadministration.u...nt/Compendium/CompendiumID/614
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School psychologists moderate school discussions and make recommendations on the need for support or therapy. If children and young people are supported by different professionals, they can take over the coordination. In compliance with official and professional secrecy as well as data protection, the school psychologists work together with other specialists: School curative education, speech therapy, (school) social work, pediatric and youth psychiatric practices or services, school medical service.
Language:English
Score: 1628084.3 - https://publicadministration.u...nt/Compendium/CompendiumID/614
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School psychologists moderate school discussions and make recommendations on the need for support or therapy. If children and young people are supported by different professionals, they can take over the coordination. In compliance with official and professional secrecy as well as data protection, the school psychologists work together with other specialists: School curative education, speech therapy, (school) social work, pediatric and youth psychiatric practices or services, school medical service.
Language:English
Score: 1628084.3 - https://publicadministration.u...nt/Compendium/CompendiumID/614
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