psychological help

InfoMigrants Claire Paccalin visit the Moria camp on Lesbos and meets a family suffering psychological pain
Laura Marmorale, Roberto Beneduce, Tania Castellaccio, Simona Marino (left to right) | Photo: ANSA/FRANCESCO TEDESCO
A doctor from the Order of Malta helps a young migrant | ANSA/ORDER OF MALTA PRESS OFFICE
Refugees and migrants in Germany often feel victimized in multiple ways | Photo: picture-alliance/dpa/M. Schutt
Soul talk: Lead psychologist Alexandra Blattner (left) in discussion with peer counselor Parisa from Iran  | Photo: Benjamin Bathke
At the center of the artwork: the watery grave of the Mediterranean, where thousands of migrants have drowned | Credit: DW/W. Dick
Refugees often suffer severe emotional and physical traumas even before they embark on their journeys | Credit: DW/K. Zurutuza
Help is available to migrants and refugees from people who speak their language and understand their culture
For asylum seekers held up in airport transit zones, counselling is available
Picture of the Sali Family