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Dr. Adaobi Iheduru
Program Manager , CVT Georgia

Dr. Adaobi Iheduru is a licensed clinical psychologist with over a decade of experience specifically working with refugee and immigrant survivors of torture and war trauma in non-profit settings. She has extensive experience providing individual, group and family psychotherapy to adolescents and adults utilizing a variety of evidence-based treatment modalities. She has also conducted community outreach, including participation in health fairs and psychoeducation workshops to increase awareness and decrease mental health stigma within immigrant communities. Her research interests are in refugee and immigrant health, racial trauma, diversity, equity and inclusion.

Dr. Iheduru received her Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) and Master’s Degrees in Clinical Psychology, both from Wright State University School of Professional Psychology in Dayton Ohio, and Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Psychology, with a minor in Women’s Studies, from Wesleyan College in Macon, Georgia.

In 2016, Dr. Iheduru joined CVT to help launch a new CVT program in Atlanta Georgia. Currently, she provides program management, clinical and administrative supervision, grant writing and budget management as well as direct clinical care to torture survivors from all over the world, with the use of professional interpreters.