About Intervention

Intervention Journal of Mental Health and Psychosocial Support in Conflict Affected Areas is a peer reviewed scientific journal, providing a forum for professionals working in conflict affected areas and in the aftermath of natural disasters, and for those working with refugees from these regions.

Intervention publishes a range of different articles, including original evidence-based articles, field reports and personal reflections on field experiences. The inclusion of academics and practitioners from low- and middle-income countries is an important part of the journal’s mission. Translating lived experiences of mental health support in conflict areas to evidence-based interventions is one of the main ambitions of the journal.

ARQ International closely collaborates with the Editor-in-Chief, Wendy Ager. Supported by the Editorial Board, comprised of six professionals in the field of MHPSS. Intervention releases two issues per year.

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