This film documents a two year psychological trauma education and treatment project in Nepal, coordinated by the Development Media Workshop for The Leprosy Mission Ireland, and funded by Irish Aid. The film explains how a Nepali organisation called Kopila Nepal was supported by The Northern Ireland Centre for Trauma and Transformation to respond to the trauma needs of people within rural communities affected by civil conflict, and other traumatic events such as leprosy. Methodologies employed are explained and lessons learned drawn out, making the approach replicable in other communities, situations and countries. The project shows that 'western' counselling methods can be adapted to the culture and society of Nepal. However, the main lesson from the project is the need to help communities create environments conducive to good psychosocial wellbeing, through community participation, maximising conditions for people to recover from trauma and minimising reliance on external therapists.