Esther Mulders

Esther Mulders is a creative therapist and development anthropologist. She is currently specializing in mental health and psycho-social well-being in the Global South, particularly in post-conflict areas. Esther believes that creative, bodily based ways of self-expression and healing are crucial in working towards social change.

  1. Feminism
    Why We Need Trauma-Sensitive Media & Journalism

    It seems that media coverage of highly sensitive topics, such as war-time sexual violence, is not always about educating the…

  2. Maternal and Child Health
    Motherhood in Conflict: Colleen’s Story

    In northern Uganda, many mothers have lived through armed conflict. Some gave birth in a time when murder, abduction, mutilation…

  3. Maternal and Child Health
    Motherhood in Conflict: Achola’s Story

    During times of war, stories of motherhood have been excluded and unexplored.

  4. Culture
    Mental Health Treatment & Gender Equality in Uganda

    Mental health should be considered a social issue. This would allow us to challenge discriminating structures, both globally and nationally,…