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  • CVT STATEMENT: CVT issued a statement from Curt Goering, CVT executive director, in response to ongoing violence in the wake of the overthrow of the government of Burma. “My thoughts are with CVT’s many clients and staff who are from Burma as they cope during these very difficult days. CVT stands with the people of Burma – their lives and their will must be respected and democracy restored,” Goering said.

  • An article from Fairview, “At a St. Paul community clinic, trust makes a difference during COVID-19 vaccine rollout,” includes mention of CVT’s work to provide trauma support for refugees within the M Health Fairview Clinic – Bethesda.

  • Darlene Lynch, head of external relations, CVT Georgia, has a new article published in the Thought Leadership series at New American Pathways, titled “Making Progress Towards a Welcoming Georgia.”

  • Ilona Fricker, clinical advisor for physiotherapy, CVT Jordan, and Sarah Peters, Ph.D., CVT program evaluation advisor, are among the coauthors of a new article in Torture Journal, “Collaborative effort to increase the physiotherapist’s competency in rehabilitation of torture survivors.” 

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