Myra Giberovitch’s extensive experience with Holocaust survivors, and as a former therapist in private practice, gives her a unique, in-depth understanding of survivor related issues. She advises health care providers, communities, and individuals when they want to develop service networks and programs that integrate person-centred trauma-informed practice concepts, empower survivors, facilitate healing, and provide meaning and purpose. She also works with community agencies and funding bodies that sponsor service networks and provide recovery programs for survivors of traumatic events. Myra can assist frontline service providers, groups, and individuals (such as filmmakers, oral historians, writers, students, and laypersons) who seek sensitivity training in their interactions with survivors and on issues specific to projects that involve survivors.

Areas for consultation may include:

  • Humanizing organizations by implementing trauma-informed practices and services
  • Group trauma recovery models
  • Training materials for survivors
  • Social groups
  • Inter-generational programs
  • Programs that provide peer-to-peer support
  • Community programs and commemorative events
  • Writing and publishing books and memoirs
  • Interviewing survivors
  • Documentary projects
  • Photographic exhibitions
  • Wish fulfillment projects


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