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Sothearwat Seoung

Sothearwat Seoung

Seoung Sothearat is a Cambodian with more than ten years of experience in the social development sector in Cambodia. He is a Clinical Psychologist and an EMDR (Eyes Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) practitioner, trained internationally in "Psycho-traumatology and EMDR." He is an independent facilitator, in the area of organization development. Sothearat has facilitated a great many other seminars and retreats focusing on relationship building and communication skills for various organizations. He was well recognized for using a ‘Whole Person Learning and Creative Process’ methodology, which is the foundation for behaviour change interventions. Sothearat has an extended experience in design leadership development programmes for women, youth, and senior NGOs managers. His background and experience in psychotherapy and supervision/coaching for senior NGO managers give him an extra "edge", and an ability to quickly assess the strengths of an individual or organization, as well as an ability to recognize and heal the negative leadership habits and systemic dynamics that can hold an organization hostage. Additionally, Sothearat provides counseling for people with mental distress, and training in psychological health-related topics to organizations working with children and women, orphanages and shelters. Sothearat is a founder and managing director of Centre for Leadership Enrichment (CLE): www.cle-org.com. Additionally, Sothearat support three non-governmental organizations by volunteering to be a board member (BoD- board of director) for those organizations.

August 16, 2016 8:31 PM

Africa-SEAPAC Exchange: Reflections from Cambodia

Part 1 of the URI Africa-SEAPAC exchange is a reflection from Sothearwat Seoung, our regional coordinator based in Cambodia. 

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April 12, 2016 12:29 PM

New Radio Show: Religions Unite to Build Culture of Peace and Justice

My intention for creating the radio program is to raise awareness of URI’s work, as well as to educate people about the diversity of religious practices.

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