Fri, May 19|
Webinar via Zoom
Clinical Competency in Treating Survivors of Sex Trafficking by Elizabeth Schutz
2 CEs will be offered to LPC, SW, LMFT, and Psychologists - NBCC Approved
Time & Location
May 19, 9:30 AM – 11:30 AM CDT
Webinar via Zoom
About the Event
"Developing Clinical Competency in Treating Survivors of Sex Trafficking"
2 CE Credits will be offered for LPC, LMFT, SW, and Psychologists - NBCC Approved
Presented by: Elizabeth Schutz
Date: May 19th, 2023
Time: 9:30am - 11:30pm CDT
Location: Webinar Via Zoom
Cost: Free (This training is supported by Award No. 3012705 by the Texas Office of the Governor and Violence Against Women Act Fund.)
Understanding the impact ACEs play in vulnerability to trafficking, assessment of trauma history for individuals with complex trauma and CSE/T and the role these play in keeping individual at high risk for re-victimization and clinical impactions for therapist.
- Epidemiology of trafficking
- Assessment and Treatment planning
- Trauma Bonding and Stages of Change
- Treating a highly dissociative population
- Clinical Implications for Treatment
If you register for this training, you must attend for the entire training.
*Partial CEs will not be provided.*
Leaving the training early will count as a No Show.
In the event of an emergency that causes you to be late or miss the training, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Our Speaker:
Elizabeth Schutz grew up in Los Angeles, where her mom’s work as a nurse practitioner serving individuals living on Skid Row had a profound impact on her. After starting her career teaching elementary school, Elizabeth moved to Texas and went back to school to pursue her master’s in counseling. While in grad school at Dallas Theological Seminary she started working at an area safe house for victims of sex trafficking. Elizabeth saw first hand the struggles these survivors faced in accessing the necessary mental health services needed for recovery to even be possible. During this time, she realized that advocating and providing survivors with equal access to recovery through evidenced based mental health services in residential care was her passion.
Elizabeth is the Director of Clinical at Treasured Vessels Foundation, where she leads a team in providing comprehensive long term residential services to survivors of trafficking and exploitation. She also serves on the board of C7, the Denton County Coalition addressing human trafficking. Lastly, Elizabeth is a part of a collaborative group through HEAL Trafficking, which is working to address gaps in acute mental health services for victims of sex trafficking.
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*All events are subject to cancellation*
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