Thank you to all who joined us for our virtual conference. While we wish we could all be together as in past years, our staff was thankful to have to opportunity to connect to other anti-trafficking professionals during these uncertain times.
Continuing education certificates will go out for Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits by April 17th. Eleven CLEs are available through the Florida State Bar Association. Many states offer reciprocity for programs approved in other states. Attorneys should check guidelines for their state. We are still pursuing Continuing Education Units (CEU) through the National Association of Social Workers. We will make an announcement when/if these are approved. Attendees must complete the following form to get credit.
All webinars were recorded and participants should have access to them by Monday, March 30th. Recordings are available with the rest of the session materials via the link that was sent to all participants.
We will be scheduling up to six additional webinars over the next three months. Attendees will receive an email notification and they will be listed below on this website.
If you were unable to join but would like access to the materials and future webinars, you can still register below.Register Now
June 12, 2020 at 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM EST
The Importance of Trauma Informed Care in Anti-Trafficking Work
Speakers: Meg Hughey, YWCA Kalamazoo and Ahlea Howard, International Institute of Buffalo
Many of us have learned about trauma and trauma informed care through academic or training settings, or see this language included in every grant or program description we see. Or maybe we hear the buzzwords but don’t really know how this is (or needs to be!) part of our daily anti-trafficking work. Using language of trauma informed care doesn’t mean we have the tools to implement truly trauma informed practice with survivors of trafficking. What does being trauma informed with survivors look like? What doesn’t it look like? This session will discuss foundations of trauma informed care, and why providing trauma-informed, victim centered services with survivors of trafficking is critical. The session will also provide concrete strategies to integrate core values of trauma informed care into your work with survivors, and minimize potential for retraumatization.
Sponsors and Exhibitors
Our conference offers the best opportunity to connect with decision-makers in the anti-trafficking movement. If your organization provides services to nonprofits or has a strong passion for supporting anti-trafficking efforts, this event is the best place to get your brand noticed. Check out the fantastic opportunities available to our sponsors and exhibitors and contact us today. Space is limited.Learn More Submit Interest Form
We would like to recognize the following organizations for their generous support. Your sponsorship helps us improve this training and networking opportunity for anti-trafficking professionals.
Learn about the amazing services and support for anti-trafficking professionals from these great exhibitors! Make sure to visit them on-site to see how they might contribute to your work.