Indhushree Rajan, Ph.D. joins host Janeane Bernstein Monday 7/10 at 9:00am pst. Indhushree is an American born, South Indian woman, who grew up in Southern California. She has worked with physically and sexually abused children and adolescents, adult victims of rape and domestic violence, and at-risk youth and families with criminal, psychiatric, and substance abuse histories for the past 16 years. She finished her PhD in clinical psychology, and is the creator/director of Project Satori, a non-profit organization committed to providing mental health and trauma care for sex trafficking survivors, both domestically, and in developing countries.
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IMPORTANT UPDATE FROM INDUSHREE:
We regret to announce that our planned auction-fundraiser event, "Art Heals!" must be postponed to a later date and new location, likely in the Fall. Recent events, and the climate on the USC campus makes it an inappropriate time to align with USC to promote the issues that are important to us.
--Project Satori, Founder and Director,
Dr. Indhushree Rajan
FOUNDER, PROGRAM DIRECTOR:
CLINICAL ARTS AND ADVOCACY
CLINICAL ARTS AND ADVOCACY
Dr. Rajan is the founder of Project Satori and co-founder of the Satori Wellness Center.
She has spent over 20 years working with child, adolescent, and adult survivors of physical, sexual, and psychological trauma, in diverse cultural and socio-economic communities in California.
In the private practice setting, Dr. Rajan enjoys working with a very diverse spectrum of clients of different ages and backgrounds, presenting with a wide range of clinical issues including: acute anxiety, depression, PTSD, personality disorders, aging, life transitions, and learning disabilities.
Dr. Rajan is an internationally published author and has written and spoken extensively all over the world on the topics of human trafficking and modern day sexual slavery.
For the past nine years, Dr. Rajan has been doing research and clinical work with sex trafficking survivors in California and India. Her clinical work with clients spans training and experience with a variety of treatment modalities including: psychodynamic therapy, narrative and play based therapies, art therapy, mindfulness and CBT techniques in address of severe trauma, and mind/body and EFT based treatment methods.
In 2008 Dr. Rajan founded Project Satori and has since been working to realize its mission to provide comprehensive mental health care to survivors of sex-trafficking and their families, in and around Los Angeles;
- to promote education and advocacy around the global sex trafficking crisis, both domestically and abroad;
- to offer psychoeducational training services about sex trafficking prevention and treatment in California, and through global partner programs worldwide.