PTR’s Clinical & Training Director Featured in NY Times

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Dr. Annika Sridharan, PTR’s Co-Founder and Clinical & Training Director, was recently featured in the New York Times article, “Trouble Focusing? Not Sleeping? You May Be Grieving,” describing common responses to the challenges posed by COVID-19. While anxiety or fear may be the emotions we …

Report from the U.S./Mexico Border


Last month, PTR Co-Founder Monika Parikh visited the U.S./Mexico Border in El Paso, Texas to connect with front-line advocates who support asylum seekers.  We invite you to learn more about her trip in her blog post Journeys of Struggle and Hope at the U.S./Mexico Border …

PTR joins national partners to advocate for survivors of torture


Along with over 30 member organizations of the National Consortium for Torture Treatment Programs, PTR headed to Washington, D.C. to advocate for programs for survivors of torture. Here are a few members of the California contingent after our meeting with Senator Kamala Harris’ office. #MentalHealthMatters #HumanRights #EndTorture

PTR presents at the Commonwealth Club!


On November 15, 2018, Partnerships for Trauma Recovery gave a fascinating and insightful panel presentation about trauma and healing from a global perspective at the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco.  PTR’s Clinical & Training Director, Dr. Annika Sridharan, joined PTR Board Member Dr. Sita Patel, …

PTR Co-Founder publishes article on family separation in Huffpo


In this March 2018 article, PTR Co-Founder Monika Parikh speaks out against the cruel practice of detaining asylum seekers. “Separating children from their parents, intentionally restricting contact and withholding information about a child’s location are practices that only worsen an already inhumane situation.” Read the article …