Using the data collected over 10 years from The Samaritan Women, an anti-human trafficking organization, this session offers a victim-centered way of looking at the trauma of domestic sex trafficking. Through statistics, case studies, and anecdotal analysis, this workshop helps licensed mental health professionals, medical professionals, and ministry leaders to understand what renders an individual vulnerable to sexual exploitation, what traumas are most common in domestic sex trafficking, and what challenges the survivor faces in social re-entry.
615 | Victimology and Restorative Care in Domestic Sex Trafficking
Jeanne Allert, Ph.D.
Approved For CE
Licensed Professional Counselors, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists, Licensed Clinical Social Workers, Pastors, Pastoral Counselors, Lay Counselors, Coaches
Approved For CME/CEU
Medical Doctors, Osteopathic Doctors, Physicians Assistants, Midwives, Nurses and Nurse Practitioners
1. Identify what traumas are most common in domestic sex trafficking
2. Develop an appreciation for the complexity of the needs of victims of sexual exploitation
3. Describe the scope of services offered by long-term restorative care
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