Our Partners

In order to accurately assess needs and to assure cultural sensitivity, we are currently partnering with both local “on the ground” organizations in affected communities and organizations that conduct field research and collaborate on content and curriculum for each unique community’s needs. Our most recent partners include:

The Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education, Stanford University, California, USA
The Tibetan Government in exile – Dept. of Health, Dharamsala, India
The Tibetan Women’s Association – Dharamsala, India
The Tibetan Center for Human Rights and Democracy – Dharamsala, India
The Siddhartha School Project – Ladakh, India
The National Institute of Mental Health and Neuroscience – Bangalore, India
The Afghan Women’s Project – Kabul, Afghanistan/ Austin, Texas
The American Group Psychotherapy Association – New York, USA
The Austin Interpersonal Neurobiology Connection – Austin, Texas, USA
St Edward’s University – Austin, Texas, USA
Casa Marianella – Austin, Texas
The People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond – New Orleans , La.
Asylum Access – Dar es Salaam, Tanzania