Human trafficking is modern day slavery, a human rights injustice that subjugates 4.5 million individuals who are trafficked worldwide in the sex industry, 98 percent of them are women and girls. Although research and literature magnifies the plight and voices of women and girls, the voices and experiences of men and boys are often not documented, leaving boys and men’s experiences inaudible — the invisible sub population. As such, we can clearly deduce that this is a serious public health, human rights, and social injustice issue impacting all members of society; thereby, enlisting all members of society to join together in standing against this criminal network that profits from the most disenfranchised in our communities.
About the Certificate:
Module 1: Introduction to Human Trafficking and Models of Practice: A Trauma-Informed Perspective
Tuesday, December 11th - Wednesday, December 12th
Open to the public.
The first track will serve the general public. These two first days will cover, basic 101 information of what Human Trafficking is, what it is not, different forms of trafficking, beginning engagement skills as well as how to identify a possible trafficking victim, and two pre-recorded interviews with a male survivor of domestic sex trafficking and a female survivor who was trafficked into the Unites States to be sold for sex.
Module 2: Advanced Trauma-Informed Clinical Practice with Survivors of Human Trafficking (Must have a Master's Degree in Social Work or other related field)
Monday, December 17th - Tuesday, December 18th
Reserved for upper level, graduate clinicians who counsel and engage survivors of sex trafficking in therapeutic relationships.
The second track is much more clinical in nature, day three and four participants will receive an in depth understanding of trauma from a neurobiological, trauma resolution/ intervention stance. Innovative, cutting edge techniques will be presented and applied to this population, both experientially and theoretically. Guests will be invited to showcase the importance of working with this population from a trauma informed multi-disciplinary team approach, such as integrating drama, drumming, and body movement specialists. These last two days are reserved for upper level, graduate clinicians who counsel and engage survivors of sex trafficking in therapeutic relationships.
Learn more about facilitator Sambra Zaoui by visiting: http://www.sambrazaoui.com/home
For more information about the certificate please contact SSW-ContinuingEd@barry.edu.