Year: 1983 Source: American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, v.53, no.3, (1983), p.439-448 SIEC No: 19841523

The interaction of war, flight, relocation, and survivor stress are examined in a case study of a Hmong refugee. The need for culturally appropriate treatments for non-Western clients is highlighted, and a possible link is suggested between the circumstances of the case study and sudden death syndrome.