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Webinars (all topics)

Webinars are seminars held on the web on serving survivors of torture. To see lists of webinars by topic please use the topic menu at the top of the page. Some of the webinars are available to members only, and you will have to log in to see all the webinars.
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Specific Cultural and Evidence-based Practices for the Treatment of Torture Survivors: Part 2 of the Mollica Series

Wednesday, 12 March 2008

Before listening to the webinar, we recommend that you read the following attached articles:

  • PowerPoint of the San Diego Institute
  • Cochrane Collaboration Information
  • Review of EMDR by the Cochrane Collaboration

Serving Children who are Torture Survivors

Wednesday, 23 January 2008


This webinar is intended for therapists working with children who are torture survivors or war traumatized, and it discusses two specific ways of working with these children therapeutically instead of discussing methods to broadly serve them. It also applies to therapists practicing Somatic Psychology and/or Dance Movement Therapy, though non-practitioners can include applicable elements in their own practices.

Motivational Interviewing: Building Readiness for Change

Wednesday, 12 December 2007


Motivation is often considered a characteristic fostered and maintained on an individual basis; we describe ourselves as being self-motivated for graduate school, inspired to learn new languages by personal drive, and guided by internal ambition when pursuing new aims. Edward Stellon challenges this notion through this webinar by introducing the concept of motivational interviewing, a tactic for helping clients overcome ambivalence and uncertainty when confronted with the tides of change.

Grant Writing: Using the FRAP Process

Wednesday, 14 November 2007

Developing Competitive SAMHSA Grant Applications manual was created to help grantees acquire the skills and resources needed to plan, write, and prepare a competitive grant application for funding. The manual can be viewed or downloaded at:

A Guide To Evidence-Based Practices (EBP) on The Web SAMHSA provides this Web Guide to assist the public with simple and direct connections to Web sites that contain information about interventions to prevent and/or treat mental and substance use disorders.