Our faculty—which includes psychologists, physicians, chaplains, and specialists in expressive arts therapy, body therapy, and multi-cultural counseling—collaborates with the visiting practitioners to create a curriculum that reflects their unique cultural experience. Our training process, which encourages students to adapt, elaborate, or discard the theories and practices we present, empowers them to create flexible approaches to trauma treatment that can be adapted to the unique needs encountered in their home countries. This creative process also provides a model by which they can collaborate with and empower other practitioners in their home countries.