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Founder and Director
Patricia Cane, Ph.D. is founder and director of Capacitar International, a project in multicultural wellness education that focuses on personal and societal healing and transformation.
For 31 years, Pat has taught thousands of trainings in over 45 countries. She has developed programs for grassroots groups and professionals in areas affected by trauma, violence, war and disasters, in the Americas, Europe, Africa, Asia and the Middle East.
Patricia is author of Trauma Healing and Transformation, Refugee Accompaniment, as well as other Capacitar manuals in different languages for schools, caregivers, persons with HIV and cancer, and trauma counselors.
While earning a PhD in Multicultural Wellness, Dr. Cane conducted her doctoral research in trauma studies related to survivors of natural disasters and political violence in Central America. She also holds a MA in Counseling Psychology.
Dr. Cane was recently honored with the Nell and John Wooden Ethics in Leadership Award by the Ukleja Center for Ethical Leadership at California State University at Long Beach.
Capacitar Communications & Operations
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Special Projects Coordinator and International Trainer
Joan Rebmann Condon M.A. is Special Projects Coordinator and International Trainer for Capacitar International. Working in health and international development since 1990, Joan has been a part of Capacitar for over 25 years. She holds a Master of Arts degree in the Humanities.
Joan teaches leadership, team development and trauma healing practices to groups in the Americas, Asia, and the Caribbean. She presents in English and Spanish. Joan Condon is the co-author of Capacitar’s Healing Trauma, Empowering Wellness.
When not working in other countries, Joan is an active volunteer with the Golden Oldies Cat Rescue in Monterey, CA.
Capacitar International, Inc.
2901 Park Avenue Suite B12
Soquel, California USA 95073
Phone/Fax: (001) 831-477- 7644
In 2005, we responded to Hurricane Katrina by putting together this kit of simple basic practices for immediate use to help people deal with challenging situations, such as natural disasters, violence or chronic stress. Since then it has been translated into more than 20 languages and used in countries after tsunamis, earthquakes, floods and areas of ongoing conflict.