This is a 4-part series that builds on the information in the prior session. If registering please prepare to attend each date:

Wednesday, July 5th from 10-2PM

Wednesday, July 12th from 10-2PM

Wednesday, July 19th from 10-2PM

Wednesday, July 26th from 10-2PM

This training is open to providers and caregivers
*there will be an emphasis toward assisting
STRTP and FFA providers

Moving beyond paralysis,
this series is a "how to" to help providers and caretakers move past fear, toward effective care.
Module 1:

Orienting to the Issue of Commercial Sexual Exploitation:

Building Your Ability to Provide

“CSE-Informed” Care

Module 2:

The traumatic impacts of childhood exploitation and providing trauma-informed care.

Module 3:

Building and sustaining caregiving resilience: addressing unintended consequences and enacting self-care

Module 4:

Frameworks and practices to enhance your caregiving.

Choose a Pricing Option

1.   Name at least three vulnerabilities and/or factors that increase risk for commercial sexual exploitation of minors.

2.   Discuss trauma informed care (TIC) principles as they apply to work with exploited youth.

3.   Describe why implementing TIC with sexually exploited youth is important.

4.   List at least 3 dynamics and themes that are common when providing support to commercially sexually exploited youth.

5.   Describe how common dynamics of exploitation can impact the provider/youth relationship.

6.   Describe common psychological impacts of trauma for youth impacted by sexual exploitation.

7.   Discuss what special considerations need to be in place when navigating the topic of sex and sexuality with youth impacted by sexual exploitation.

8.   Discuss the stages of change and how this is adapted for youth impacted by sexual exploitation.

9.   Describe practices and strategies to support exploited youth at different stages of change. 

10. Describe relevant motivational interviewing techniques for engaging/supporting sexually exploited youth.

11. Describe the importance of supporting youth impacted by commercial sexual exploitation through a harm reduction lens.

12. Name three harm reduction strategies to support youth impacted by commercial sexual exploitation. 

13. Describe the ways complex trauma impacts behavior, health, help-seeking and general engagement and healing of youth impacted by sexual exploitation.

14. Name at least 3 different types of boundaries that are necessary to keep in mind while caring for youth impacted by sexual exploitation.

15. Discuss helpful engagement frameworks for working with exploited youth. Specifically for youth who are disproportionately impacted such as: youth of color, LGBTQ+ identified youth, native youth, boys)  

16. List at least 3 strategies to navigate the impacts of vicarious traumatization on caregivers.

This training is being provided

by the team at:

CE's will be available to all those who attend the training series in full.