Aims: The special issue aims to bring together research that explores the multidisciplinary approaches to promoting resilience and well-being in individuals who have experienced psychological trauma or stress. The scope of the special issue includes but is not limited to:
- Exploration of the relationship between resilience, psychological rehabilitation, and social science theories
- Analysis of interventions and strategies that enhance resilience and promote well-being across different contexts and populations
- Examination of the role of social support, social networks, and community resources in promoting resilience and well-being
- Investigation of the impact of cultural and societal factors on psychological rehabilitation and well-being
- Discussion of the ethical considerations in implementing resilience-building interventions and strategies in different contexts.
The special issue aims to provide a platform for researchers and practitioners to share their work and perspectives on the multidisciplinary approaches to promoting resilience and well-being. The goal is to generate new knowledge that can inform policy and practice in psychological rehabilitation and social science.
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