Need For Victim-Centric Trauma-Informed Counselling: An Interview With Yasmin Manji

Trauma cannot be addressed as a standalone problem. It needs to be addressed holistically, keeping in mind various experiences and pain a trafficked child must have undergone, says Yasmin Manji, a Clinical Psychologist with HAART Kenya (https://haartkenya.org/).

In December 2018, when Yasmin, along with Sophie Otiende, Program Consultant with the same organization, visited Prerana, she gave us an insight into the need for victim-centric trauma-informed counselling. Here are the excerpts from her interview. Read here.

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