Trauma Informed Assessment
and Treatment of
Human Trafficking Survivors
Kim Robinson, PhD
At the conclusion of the program, participants will be able to:
1. Describe the types, scope, prevalence, and market of human trafficking today.
2. Identify common demographics of the victims and the traffickers.
3. Recognize the recruitment and grooming process of traffickers.
4. Outline strategies for detection and assessment of trafficked survivors.
5. Introduce trauma-informed treatment and multidisciplinary collaboration with local, state, and national resources.
This class is designed to engage mental health providers with knowledge about the complex and troubling practices of human trafficking within the context of human rights and social justice perspectives. Building on this understanding of modern day slavery, the course addresses the specific vulnerabilities of trafficked victims, the medical-psychosocial needs assessment of victims and issues related to direct service delivery. Specific attention will focus on the identification of the victims of trafficking, traffickers, and the impact of this crime on the global and local economy. A film will introduce attendees to real victims telling their stories of recruitment, trafficking and escape.
March 12, 2021
Event Time: 1-4 pm
Location: The comfort of your home or office
Method: You will be sent instructions and a link to connect to the meeting by the morning of March 12, 2021 prior to the event.
Continuing Education: Hours awarded will be determined by how long you stay connected to the meeting.
Certificates will be e-mailed to participants.
P.O. Box 471432
Fort Worth, Tx 76147