The Harvard Program in Refugee Trauma has dedicated 35 years to caring for the human and mental health needs of survivors of trauma including the trauma of mass violence, displacement, and torture. The HPRT Trauma Informed Practice Podcast (TIPP) offers ideas, interviews and analysis from internationally acclaimed faculty, alumni, and partners from over 85 countries. Listen to perspectives on trauma informed care, the refugee and humanitarian crisis, the arts in mental health, public and social policy, international reconstruction activities, as well as on the clinical needs of traumatized persons and communities worldwide. Join the conversation on the HPRT facebook page.
This podcast is produced by the Harvard Program in Refugee Trauma
Co-Hosted by Dr. Nisha Sajnani & Dr. Richard Mollica
Original Music by Dr. Rebecca Zarate
Production support from Jeff Kelly Lowenstein
A Trauma Informed Perspective on the Current Refugee and Humanitarian Crisis
Dr. Richard Mollica, director of the Harvard Program in Refugee Trauma, talks about the need to address the mental health needs of refugees and the H5 policy framework.