Collaborations

vivo foundation

The work of the non-governmental organization vivo is aimed at overcoming and preventing traumatic stress and its consequences within the individual as well as the community, safeguarding the rights and dignity of people affected by violence and conflict. vivo further aims to strengthen local resources for the development of peaceful, human rights-based, societal ways of living.
Here's the link to vivo's website

Aaruthal Sri Lanka

Aaruthal is an NGO formed in April 2006 in Trincomalee, Sri Lanka.
Here's the link to Aaruthal's website

Workgroup Psychotrauma, Department of Psychology University of Konstanz, Germany

Psychotrauma Research- and Outpatient Clinic for Refugees

Dr. Elizabeth Aguilar, Director of Centro de Investigation Familiar Monterrey, Mexico

The Centro de investigation Familiar (CIFAC) is a family therapy research institute and non-profit organization based in Mexico collaborating with us to develop and test trauma-focused treatment approaches for children and families affected by violence. Find out more about CIFAC.

Arnoud Arntz und Arnold van Emmerik, University Amsterdam, Niederlande

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Thomas Beblo und Martin Driessen, evKB Bielefeld

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Prof. Dr. Jens Blechert, Centre for Cognitive Neuroscience, Department of Psychology, University of Salzburg, Austria

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CVT (Center Victims of Torture), Minnesota, USA

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Prof. Dr. Nina Heinrichs & Dr. Anja Grocholewski Abteilung für Klinische Psychologie, Psychotherapie und Diagnostik Institut für Psychologie, Technische Universität Braunschweig

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Azad Ali Ismael, Koya University

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W.T. Roth, M.D Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Stanford University School of Medicine Stanford, USA

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Martin Teicher, Harvard University, McLean Hospital

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Prof. Liz Wieling, Dep. of Family Social Science University of Minnesota

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