Dr. Loren Krane

Loren (he/him) began his career providing care to survivors of the Cambodian Holocaust and has since had a special interest in working with communities impacted by trauma including refugees, asylum-seekers, torture survivors, veterans, the homeless, victims of physical and sexual assault, and those affected by natural disasters. He has worked for Survivors International and is Clinical Director of the Coming Home Project, which provides free psychological counseling to veterans and their families. Loren provides clinical supervision at the UCSF Trauma Recovery Center and psychological services at the ZSFGH Family Health Center’s Refugee Clinic. He is a Clinical Professor of Medicine in the UCSF Psychiatry Department. Loren lives in San Francisco with his wife and two sons and enjoys playing tennis and biking.