Because of COVID 19, Voces’ team of volunteer expressive arts therapists, practitioners and educators have not been to Ciudad Juarez, Mexico to work with refugees since March 2020. However, we are currently planning a trip to offer programs in March 2022. Meanwhile, we have continued fundraising for refugees and asylum seekers and have developed and offered ongoing online trainings in expressive arts therapies to practitioners in the region. We also offer weekly supervision to clinicians and caretakers who are supporting the refugees at seventeen shelters round the clock. Your donations are greatly appreciated.
In December 2020, Voces completed a ten-module training for Desarrollo Integral de la Familia (DIF), the equivalent of the National Association for the Protection of Children. Members of Voces created and presented ten modules of webinar trainings for those shelter support staff and therapists in the region who would like to integrate expressive arts therapies into their work with asylum seekers. Each module addresses specific interventions that can help with the added challenges asylum seekers and immigrants now face with the COVID 19 pandemic. We are also offering free weekly counseling support to service providers in the Ciudad Juarez region.
Voces Arts and Healing is a group of expressive arts therapists dedicated to addressing the growing humanitarian crisis with immigrant and refugee children and families. We believe that the arts can be a powerful tool to give voice to and address the short and long-term effects of trauma. READ MORE
Voces Artes y Curación es un grupo de terapeutas de las artes expresivas con un compromiso hacia la creciente crisis humanitaria con niños, familias inmigrantes y refugiados. Creemos que las artes pueden ser una herramienta poderosa para dar voz y abordar los efectos del trauma a corto y largo plazo. LEE MÁS