Amid Syria's Crisis, Mental Health Care For Refugees

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Dr. James Gordon, founder and director, The Center for Mind-Body Medicine
Andrew Harper, head of the United Nations Refugee Agency in Jordan

There are now more than one million Syrians seeking refuge in camps and towns in neighboring Lebanon, Jordan and Turkey. Many arrive without access to basic amenities, such as adequate shelter and clean water. Over two years of conflict has also left them with the mental scars of war.

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