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On a recent visit to Mexicali, Mexico, Andrea Cárcamo, senior policy counsel, observed many impacts of the "Remain in Mexico" policy on asylum seekers.
The CVT Kalobeyei team has been extending care to survivors of torture for two years now, and clients report strong results.
Hiba lived in Syria and was newly married when the war forced her to flee her home for the first time. Read her story of courage and strength and finding CVT Jordan and a new life.
Pam Kriege Santoso, PATH project manager, and Kristi Rendahl, CVT consultant, published a paper that focuses on a key topic in torture rehabilitation: organizational development.
As the rare study by CVT's Healing Hearts team is published, clinicians Novia Josiah-Isaac and Alison Beckman speak about their experience working with clients.
Eman Al-Shuaibi, Ph.D., psychosocial counselor, CVT Jordan, writes about the significant progress clients make through care.
Curt Goering, CVT executive director, writes that the world must turn its attention to the extensive humanitarian work being done in Iraq, not only to the conflicts in the region.
Noor Abdullah Al-Sagher, senior psychosocial counselor, CVT Jordan, writes about the importance of caring for parents in order to help children heal after war.
Malak Al-Sarisi, senior psychosocial counselor, CVT Jordan, writes about how her clients overcome past trauma as well as dealing with current challenges.
Shorouq Abadi, senior psychosocial counselor, CVT Jordan, writes about taking care of oneself while caring for survivors.

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