As the methods of traffickers become increasingly sophisticated and targeted to exploit the most vulnerable populations, it is in the public’s best interest to implement evidence based best practices proven to prevent and thwart human trafficking efforts. In this innovative On Demand training series, the Chair of the Development Committee for SAFE Coalition for Human Rights will provide comprehensive and practical workshops to aid attendees in maximizing their efficacy in counteracting trafficking efforts. Covering key topic areas, such as screening, assessment, and treatment planning in the context of human trafficking, using coaching strategies in supervision contexts, assessing and creating effective organizational cultures in the context of human trafficking prevention, and much more, this training series will equip you with new skills and professional insights.
This training series is appropriate for direct service, clinical providers, foster parents, parents, administrative personnel in health and human service settings, medical personnel, legal professionals, people in the community or who interface regularly with the public.
Each course in this emerging series can be completed at your convenience, and the entire series is scheduled to be eligible for over 60 hours of Continuing Education Credit from over 150 professional organizations.
More cost-effective and time-efficient than attending an in-person workshop but covering the same content, these innovative On Demand trainings are the first-of-their-kind.
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Identifying and Treating Trauma Coercion Attachment in Victims of Abuse
Human Trafficking and Special Populations
Human Trafficking and Addiction
Belonging as a construct for effective behavioral change
Pathways to effective practice: Facilitating a culture of ethics and compliance
Navigating high conflict people and environments
Using coaching strategies in supervision contexts
Screening, Assessment, and Treatment Planning in the Context of Human Trafficking
Facilitating ethical decision making in health and human service settings from the lens of executive functioning
Corporate compliance and Ethics as tools for addressing human trafficking
Assessing and creating effective organizational cultures in the context of human trafficking prevention
Stress management and burn-out: Creating and implementing a responsive organizational and practitioner culture