Addressing Human Trafficking from a Clinical and Macro Perspective
Specialty Practice Sections Webinar
Presenters: Holly Priebe Sotelo, MSW, PPSC and Debra Waters-Roman, MSW, Ed.D, LCSW, LCP
CE: 1.5 Social Work CE contact hours
At an ever-increasing rate, social workers are being asked to address both the macro and clinical practice needs of human trafficking survivors. This workshop will provide valuable information about human trafficking as well as practical interventions that social workers can utilize to intervene at both the micro and macro level. Participants will be provided with resources for meeting the needs of this population, with attention being given to the cultural needs of individuals who have experienced human trafficking in other countries. Finally, participants will leave the workshop equipped with the ability to develop an action plan at their own worksite.
- Participants will learn about what human trafficking is and how people are recruited.
- Participants will learn how to recognize the warning signs.
- Participants will learn how to work with this populations through a cultural and trauma informed lens.
- Participants will learn assessment strategies and clinical practices for working with survivors of human trafficking including individuals who have experienced human trafficking in other countries.
- Participants will be able to identify macro strategies and resources.
- Participants will be able to identify an action plan for their workplace.
Cost: SPS Members: Free / Non-SPS NASW Members: $20 / Non-NASW Member: $35
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