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Wagner and Winick On the Law

Wagner and Winick On the Law

Thursday at 6 AM Pacific

June 09th 2016:International Law - International Human Rights Survivors and the Global Mental Health Gap

Guest Co-Host Michael Cohen will be joining hosts Mitchel Winick and Stephen Wagner to interview co-founders of Partnerships for Trauma Recovery - Monika Parikh and Annika Sridharan.
Partnerships for Trauma Recovery (PTR) was launched in response to the tremendous need to address the psychological impacts of human rights abuses among international survivors of human rights abuses. Based in the Bay Area of California, PTR promotes emotional healing among refugees, asylees, asylum seekers and human trafficking survivors through trauma-informed, culturally aware and contextually adapted m

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Monika Parikh

Founder and Executive Director, Partnerships for Trauma Recovery. Combining her experience in human rights and international development, with clinical training in trauma-informed psychotherapy, Ms. Parikh launched Partnerships for Trauma Recovery in 2015. Her professional career includes human rights program development, with on-the-ground work in South Asia, West Africa and Latin America, as well as psychosocial treatment for refugees and immigrants in the United States. As the Director of Partnerships for Free the Slaves, Ms. Parikh led the development of the organization’s global partnerships program. She has also conducted policy research and advocacy on a variety of human rights iss
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Annika Sridharan

A clinical psychologist and social worker, Dr. Sridharan has 20 years of experience in the field of global mental health with international survivors of human rights abuses. Dr. Sridharan is an immigrant, and has lived and worked in Africa, Europe, Latin America and North America, providing psychosocial care for refugees and asylum seekers fleeing war, torture, gender-based violence and other forms of persecution. She developed and managed mental health care for refugees and a clinical training program at the International Rescue Committee in Oakland; and provided psychological care and clinical training at Survivors International in San Francisco. Her experience includes working with vict
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Michael Cohen

Michael Cohen is a law professor and international lawyer with Sheppard Mullin's Antitrust and International Competition Practice Group. Cohen hosts the regular “International Crossroads” segment on Wagner and Winick On the Law. Starting in law enforcement as an Assistant Special Prosecutor, Cohen has spent more than two decades defending multinational clients across the globe. Cohen teaches Constitutional Law and Business Organizations at Monterey College of Law. For more information about "International Crossroads" please go to: http://www.wagnerandwinick.com/international-crossroads.html
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2550/wagner-and-winick-on-the-law 23/10/2017 03:00 23/10/2017 04:00 Wagner and Winick On the Law https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2550/wagner-and-winick-on-the-law Guest Co-Host Michael Cohen will be joining hosts Mitchel Winick and Stephen Wagner to interview co-founders of Partnerships for Trauma Recovery - Monika Parikh and Annika Sridharan.
Partnerships for Trauma Recovery (PTR) was launched in response to the tremendous need to address the psychological impacts of human rights abuses among international survivors of human rights abuses. Based in the Bay Area of California, PTR promotes emotional healing among refugees, asylees, asylum seekers and human trafficking survivors through trauma-informed, culturally aware and contextually adapted mental health care for individuals and families fleeing war, torture, gender-based violence and persecution in their countries of origin.
PTR provides one of the few multi-disciplinary clinical training programs specializing in the needs of international survivors.
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