A chapter in a legal text outlining the diagnoses and mechanisms of psychological disorders
common in the asylum process, and the importance of taking this knowledge into account.
Herlihy, J. (2005). Evidentiary Assessment and Psychological Difficulties.
In Noll, G. (ed.) Proof, Evidentiary Assessment and Credibility in Asylum Procedures.
Series: The Raoul Wallenberg Human Rights Library Leiden/Boston:Martinus Nijhoff Publishers
A chapter on legal issues in a book about addressing the health, social and welfare
needs of people seeking asylum. Responses are considered within social, political, ethical
and clinical frameworks drawing on research evidence and extensive professional expertise.
Herlihy, J. Ferstman, C. and Turner, S. (2003).
Legal Issues in Work with Asylum Seekers. In Wilson, John P., Drozdek, B. (eds.).
Broken Spirits: the Treatment of Traumatized Asylum Seekers, Refugees, War and Torture Victims.
New York : Brunner Routledge Press.