Applying Trauma Informed Care and Disability Justice to Serving Survivors of Sex Trafficking with Disabilities
People with disabilities are more likely to experience sex trafficking than their peers. Traffickers deliberately target victims they think will be easily isolated and controlled, so conditions surrounding people with disabilities, including the fact that they are marginalized, devalued, and isolated, make people with disabilities more vulnerable to this type of abuse. A trauma-informed approach to supporting sex trafficking survivors with disabilities recognizes signs and symptoms of trauma, resists re-traumatizing survivors, and provides safe and accessible services and healing. This webinar describes the importance of using a trauma-informed approach to supporting survivors of sex trafficking with disabilities and provide attendees with skills to more effectively support these survivors.
- Presentación: Aplicar atención informada del trauma y justicia para personas con discapacidad para trabajar con sobrevivientes del tráfico sexual (Español)
- Slides: Applying Trauma Informed Care and Disability Justice to Serving Survivors of Sex Trafficking with Disabilities (English)