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Victor Cabral, MSW, LSW, CCTP-I (He/Him/His) is a collaborative and strategic leader who has made an impact on human rights and historical inequalities throughout his career. Before joining Fluence, Victor served as Deputy Director for the Pennsylvania Governor’s Office of Advocacy and Reform where he helped lead the implementation of the Trauma-Informed PA Plan, establish the first Racial Day of Healing in Pennsylvania history, and developed free trauma trainings for Pennsylvanians in collaboration with internationally recognized experts.

He is a research-based systems thinker with expertise in policy development, advocacy, consulting, racial and communal trauma, and is a practicing psychotherapist with training in Internal Family Systems, Psychedelic-Assisted Psychotherapy (MDMA and Ketamine), and other modalities. Victor was also listed on the Students for Sensible Drug Policy’s list of ’40 Under 40 Outstanding BIPOC Leaders in Drug Policy in the United States’ for his work in psychedelic policy.