The care and support of war-traumatized refugee children in Germany represents a major challenge for health services: There are asylum law and language barriers to consider that either make rapid psychosocial or psychotherapeutic care and treatment impossible or at least difficult. But beyond these legal and linguistic difficulties, the question arises how a culturally sensitive, diversity-conscious and prejudice-conscious work with war-traumatized children can look like, which neither wants to individualize nor de-contextualize the children’s trauma? This is a recording of the lecture by Prof. Dr. Elisabeth Rohr: Kriegstraumatisierte Flüchtlingskinder in Deutschland: Chancen und Grenzen ihrer psychosozialen Versorgung und Betreuung (War Traumatized Refugee Children in Germany: Chances and Limits of their Psychosocial Care and Support) from December 14, 2016. It was another lecture of the lecture series at the FU Berlin, organized by Prof. Dr. Klaus-Jürgen Bruder with the cooperation of the Alfred Adler Institute Berlin and the regional association of the German Society for Individual Psychology (DGIP). The theme of the lecture series is: Flight and Arrival: Psychosocial Aspects of Migration and Integration.