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Everything fit so well together and it was fun watching how everything ended up working out. Linde really made me love this world. I hope she gives us more in this type of setting! He was tall, dark, and handsome. Broody, enigmatic, alluring, and right for me in every way. Have you ever read anything by K. What was your favorite book so far?
Each month we do group reads and this month we are discussing Murdertrending. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. Search for: Search Hit enter to search or esc to close. Darkness swept in. Smothering everything in its inky black. I have turned into their worst nightmares.
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And I will not rest until they pay. For everything. She was supposed to be a one night stand. A way to sate my sexual appetite. I let her glimpse the man I am. The face that I hide behind my carefully cultivated life. In my city. With me. With these pressing difficulties in an already impoverished region, psychiatrists at the Federal Neuropsychiatric Hospital say the mental health crisis reaches far beyond what they can manage.
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The nonprofit group offers trauma counselling and psychological support to victims of the insurgency in Borno state. One psychiatrist for every one million people More than 2.
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But only 3. In the whole of Nigeria, with its population of million, there are less than psychiatrists — or just one for every one million people, the same study states. Although not everyone with mental health problems needs to see a psychiatrist, there is also a lack of other professionals: at the Federal Neuropsychiatric Hospital there are only four psychologists, Akilu says.
That means there are only eight in the whole of Borno state. We need hundreds and hundreds. His treatment here consists of prayer, fasting and counselling by church elders. Curses and punishment from gods and ancestors are also cited as causes for mental illness. Treatment may involve fasting, drinking of holy water, prayer, beating, bathing and sacrifice, according to the study.
The lack of understanding of mental health issues has left aid workers overwhelmed, Akilu says. The IOM and Unicef have also been providing psychosocial support, but many areas are still inaccessible with no access to any form of counselling. This covers all aspects of psychological counselling, Akilu explains, including assessment and diagnosis. They specialise in trauma treatment, working with victims of gender violence as well as child trauma.
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Here social workers, preachers and teachers also get trained to give psychosocial support to children and the foundation has opened a centre dedicated to child trauma. In June last year, Neem started a project called Counselling on Wheels to bring trauma care to the doorstep of victims of violence. Twelve mobile units travel in small, three-wheeled tuk-tuks to different locations in Maiduguri. They visit four communities at a time.
Those in need of greater psychological services are seen individually. With the limitations we have in funding, our target is to reach 12 people a year, providing comprehensive psychological services. For many the symptoms have decreased and they have built resilience.
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