A one-hour virtual training serves as an introduction to understanding sex trafficking, including definitions, statistics, dynamics, misconceptions, and supporting survivors in your community.
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This virtual training offers a deeper exploration of concepts and frameworks that can be used by those providing support to survivors of sexual violence. In this training participants will get a better understanding of how sexual violence intersects with many other forms of trauma and experiences. Participants will explore case examples and ways to respond to trauma survivors.
As a form of trauma, we know that sexual violence is both experienced and remembered by the body. This presentation offers an introduction into the often-overlooked intersection of disordered eating, fatphobia, and sexual violence. Participants will learn about how sexual assault survivors are impacted by these overlapping experiences and discuss ways to better support survivors. This virtual training has been approved by the NASW TN chapter for 2 CEUs. Objectives: