Elizabeth Hall

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Elizabeth is currently doing an MSc in Mental Health Studies at KCL. She is a support worker at a residential home for individuals with severe mental health problems, most commonly psychosis, and works as an Honorary Assistant Psychologist at Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust Adult Autism Assessment Service. Elizabeth has a particular interest in social determinants of mental health and our understanding of mental health across cultures and groups, mental health policy, and the autonomy debate.


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“We are family, even when apart”: family separation and mental health in refugees

Silhouette of a angry husband turning back while his wife and daughter are looking at him.Angry father turning back on his family

In her debut blog Elizabeth Hall reviews a study focusing on the impact of family separation on mental health outcomes among settled refugees in Australia.

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