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 GENERAL LIST OF ITEMS 

Under here you will find the General List of Library Resources OR a filtered list IF you have selected either a topic or a type. Both will be ordered alphabetically and are NOT related to the results of using the SEARCH BOX ABOVE this title (a light grey background with a dark border box), which will be listed, if any, inside it .
 
Mental illnesses are common and cause great suffering to individuals and communities everywhere in the world, but many health workers are more comfortable dealing with physical illness. This practical manual of mental health care is vital for community health workers, primary care nurses, social workers and primary care doctors, particularly in low-resource settings. This guide gives the reader a basic understanding of mental illness by describing more than thirty clinical problems associated w...

AUTHOR(s): Patel, Vikram , Hanlon, Charlotte
SOURCE: RCPsych Publications

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What happens to the people who lose a relative and their identity as a carer too?

AUTHOR(s): Labhart, Jessica
SOURCE: www.bbc.com

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It's no sin to hurt.Thousands of Christians suffer real emotional pain--such as depression, anxiety, obsessiveness. Many other Christians, including prominent leaders, believe emotional problems are the result of sin or bad choices. These attitudes often only add to the suffering of those who hurt.In this book Dwight Carlson marshals recent scientific evidence that demonstrates many emotional problems are just as physical or biological as diabetes, cancer and heart disease. While he never disco...

AUTHOR(s): Carlson, MD, Dwight L.
PUBLISHER: IVP Books
SOURCE: Amazon

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When a new missionary first gets to the mission field, it is obvious where home is. It is that place where you just left. It is the place where you grew up, went to school, got an education, discovered a church family, and formed your most important relationships. But when you live overseas long enough, a strange transition takes place.

AUTHOR(s): Dahlfred, Karl
SOURCE: www.dahlfred.com

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AUTHOR(s): Kuja, Ryan
SOURCE: a life overseas: the missions conversation

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