My job title is Senior Mental Health Clinician. I have been in this position since May 2013.

My work involves completing eligibility screenings and initial intakes with new clients as well as coordinating and providing their follow-up care. I also organize our healing groups, and oversee our afterschool services for youth survivors of torture.

What I like most about my job is being part of a community of people that have a shared interest in international social justice. I feel honored to be a part of this community, and to be a witness to survivors as they begin to enact more of their preferred lives.

In the future, I would like to expand our services to reach more survivors, and continue to add creativity to our community practices through use of photography, art, and cultural practices and ritual that support healing.


Survivors of Torture, International Survivors of Torture, International
Survivors of Torture, International: facilitates the healing of torture survivors and their families; educates professionals and the public about torture and its consequences; and advocates for the abolition of torture.

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John from San Diego, CA

I was tortured in my home country. A laptop will help me complete school!

Seeking asylum in the U.S. & rebuilding my life after surviving torture. I want to work in the auto industry, but need a laptop to succeed in school. More

Validated by Erika from Survivors of Torture, International


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