Category Archives: I Am Healed

Important Updates on 3rd Annual International Conference. “Shared Values in Judaism, Christianity and Islam.” Pray for Peace Event – ICERM 2016 New York City

This is to inform you that you can now download the final schedule of presentations for the 3rd Annual International Conference on Ethnic and Religious Conflict Resolution and Peacebuilding, holding Wednesday, November 2 – Thursday, November 3, 2016 at The Interchurch Center, 475 Riverside Drive, New York, NY 10115.

To download the schedule, click on Download the Schedule of Presentations or visit the conference website.

Also, you can visit our website to get information about accommodation, directions, shuttle service from the airport, and weather.

The conference will end on Thursday, November 3, 2016 with our “Pray for Peace” event, ICERM Honorary Award, and a reception. The Honorary Award ceremony and reception as well as the Pray for Peace event are open to the public but we encourage you to REGISTER IMMEDIATELYto help us plan the reception.

There will be a music concert by Frank A. Haye & The Brooklyn Interdenominational Choir, and many other presentations and performances by our partnering organizations and individuals.



Mental Health Care for War Survivors on ICERM Radio will air Saturday, March 5, 2016 at 2 PM in Eastern Time

Join the conversation “live” with Dr. Ken Wilcox, Clinical Psychologist, Advocate and Philanthropist from Miami Beach. Florida, and make your views known to the world.

Compressed ICERM Radio Logo 1This episode focuses on the numerous challenges trauma survivors face in fragile and vulnerable regions of the world, especially in countries emerging from armed conflict and war. In post-war regions, many victims of violence, war and torture who suffer from severe posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) are likely to have their rights violated, and are often left unprotected from, and exposed to, a continuum of violence perpetrated against them. Through the assistance of mental health care, many individuals have been able to find ways of healing from the atrocities committed against them. With the understanding of the needs of victims, many activists have also been advocating for laws and mandates to better protect the most vulnerable. In this episode, we will talk to Dr. Ken Wilcox, who has had the opportunity to work on the ground in many post-war countries, particularly in Cambodia, in order to get a first-hand account of the benefits of mental health and its implementation in nations effected by violence perpetrated not only by non-state actors, but also by their own governments.

Dr. Ken Wilcox received his doctoral degree in Psychology in 2001 from Nova Southeastern University and completed his APA internship with Greystone Park Psychiatric hospital, a maximum security forensic hospital in New Jersey. Since, Dr. Wilcox has been active in program development, media, and intervention in developing nations and here in the United States. His main focus has been on trauma, abuse, trafficking, sex crimes and rape; working with local authorities developing child protection laws and mental health programs for the victims. In the USA, he is active in similar as well as advocacy, LGBT rights and is a member of a large number of boards and philanthropic organizations.

Tune in by calling +1- (323) 642-1236 on Saturday, March 5, 2016 at 2 PM in Eastern Time (New York time, U.S.A.) to listen to the show and add your voice to the discussion.

ICERM Radio Live Broadcast Is Coming Back Soon!

ICERM Radio live broadcast is coming back soon!

Listen to live broadcast every Saturday at 2 pm in Eastern Time (New York, U.S.A.) starting from Saturday, February 20, 2016.

Call in to speak with the host and make your views known to the world +1- (323) 642-1236.


As part of the ICERM Radio “Let’s Talk About It” program, this episode will explore and discuss how to live together in peace and harmony, especially in Nigeria. The episode will primarily focus on how to constructively and positively transform tribal, ethnic, religious, sectarian and faith based conflicts in order to create a path for peace, harmony, unity, development and security. Drawing on relevant conflict resolution theories, research findings, and lessons learned in different countries, the host and contributors to this show will analyze ethnic and religious conflicts in Nigeria, and propose conflict resolution methods and processes that could be applied to contain violence and restore peace and harmony.

Tune in by calling +1- (323) 642-1236 on Saturday, February 20, 2016 at 2 pm in Eastern Time (New York time, U.S.A.) to listen to the show and add your voice to the discussion.