Sex Trafficking & Sex Industry Exploitation (CCTS-S)
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Sex Trafficking & Sex Industry Exploitation (CCTS-S)

Certified Clinical Trauma Specialist - Sex Trafficking & Sex Industry Exploitation (CCTS-S)
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Last updated 2/2020
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This course includes
  • 18 hours on-demand video
  • 19 articles
  • 12 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • The focus is to increase understanding of individuals through the trauma/adversity history lens. Motivation and meaning of behaviors will be explored and defined as an attempt to decrease feelings of distress. Trauma-informed care is an established practice that can dramatically improve the outcomes for individuals, children, and families.
Requirements
  • This is a discussion of the elements of trauma informed care and supporting materials on the nature of how trauma/adversity can impact life and health throughout the lifespan.
Description

Presenters: Dr. Stephanie Thurston-Simmons and Brian Simmons

Dr. Stephanie Thurston-Simmons has been in private practice since 2000. Dr. Thurston- Simmons holds three licenses: She is a Licensed Professional Counselor, a Licensed Sex Offender Treatment Provider, and a Licensed Deregistration Specialist.

Brian Simmons has been a Licensed Peace Officer in Texas for 15 years beginning his career with the Dallas Police Department in 2000. He holds a Master Peace Officer’s License, is a Certified Field Training Officer, and a Certified Hostage Negotiator.

In addition to working domestically, Dr. Thurston-Simmons and Mr. Simmons are involved in the fight against global sex trafficking. Traveling the Mideast assisting refugees and the rescue networks designing, implementing, and overseeing a trauma treatment program for men, women, and children that have been trafficked, tortured, or recruited as soldiers.

Sex Trafficking & Sex Industry Exploitation: Understanding and Treating the Multidimensional Needs of Victims is a 18 hour certification training course designed to provide the participant with a working knowledge of the global sex trafficking trade. Clinicians will learn about the different forms of exploitation utilized to bring victims into the trade as well as how the international community is responding to fight the proliferation of this devastating abuse. Practitioners will develop a working knowledge of the traumatic elements unique to the women and children who have been exploited for profit. Through discussion, case studies, and experiential exercises, participants will gain knowledge regarding current research, theories, empirically supported treatment models and techniques, assessments, and treatment structures that minimize resistance & maximizes effectiveness. Clinicians will also learn about unique challenges related to this population and develop strategies to reduce treatment failure. 


Learning Goals/Objectives:

  1. Participants will learn about the sex trafficking trade

    1. Define trafficking and related terminology

    2. Describe the breadth and scope of the problem

    3. List the types of trafficking

    4. Differentiate the facts and statistics from myths about the industry

    5. Distinguish state statutes from federal statutes

    6. Discuss current efforts to rescue victims and disrupt trafficking operations

  2. Participants will learn about the people who engage in trafficking

    1. List the different types of traffickers

    2. Discuss the characteristics of traffickers

    3. Differentiate the various tactics used to obtain and contain victims

    4. Explain the impact of the Internet and social media on the industry

    5. Identify ways that pornography influences the trafficking trade

    6. List the signs of trafficking and tips for safety

  3. Participants will gain an understanding of the trafficking customers

    1. Discuss the characteristics of the customer

    2. Explain the influences of pornography

    3. Describe how customers seek and obtain victims

    4. Distinguish between criminality and sexual addiction

  4. Participants will learn about the victims of trafficking

    1. List the types of victims

    2. Discuss the characteristics of victims

    3. Identify victim vulnerabilities

    4. Describe trauma experiences

    5. Summarize the effects of trafficking on victims

    6. Describe the types of trauma

    7. Recognize the different trauma reactions

    8. Detail relevant family dynamics

    9. Differentiate cultural reactions among groups

    10. Explain treatment and resource limitations


  5. Participants will acquire knowledge of trauma and how to effectively treat it

    1. Define trauma

    2. Explain the neurophysiology of trauma

    3. Determine the treatment limitations and barriers

    4. Discuss Trauma Informed Care

    5. Identify the different treatment models and programs

    6. Describe the treatment process

    7. Differentiate between the needs of child vs. adult victims

    8. Illustrate the difference between sex offender treatment and John programs

    9. Explain factors related to attachment and bonding in victims

    10. Distinguish between treatment resistance and treatment noncompliance

    11. Build resiliency

    12. Dissect elements of comorbidity

  6. Participants will explore special issues related to working with trafficking victims

    1. Identify ways to create safety

    2. Cite tips for working with the population

    3. Discuss factors relevant to court testimony

    4. Differentiate between trafficking clients and general population clientele

    5. Analyze a therapist’s own personal biases and preconceptions toward traffic victims

    6. Assess treatment challenges

    7. Define compassion fatigue and related terminology

    8. Identify resources used to expand a clinician’s understanding of trafficking and trauma


This course meets the educational requirement for the Certified Clinical Trauma Specialist – Sex Trafficking (CCTSS) when applying to the Trauma Institute International (TII). For eligibility, please visit the TII website for details.


This course is not available for NBCC credit.



Who this course is for:
  • Mental health, teachers, probation, courts, child-protective agencies, foster parents, clergy
Course content
Expand 36 lectures 17:55:32
+ Sex Trafficking & Sex Industry Exploitation (CCTS-S)
36 lectures 17:55:31
Welcome
00:44
Module 1- Introduction to Sex Trafficking
00:34
Module 1 - Introduction to Sex Trafficking
3 questions
Module 2 - United States Sex Trafficking Industries
00:36
Module 2 - United States Sex Trafficking Industries
01:00:12
Module 2 - United States Sex Trafficking Industries
4 questions
Module 3 - Sex Trafficking and Recruiting
00:37
Module 3 - Sex Trafficking and Recruiting
01:00:08
Module 3 - Sex Trafficking and Recruiting
5 questions
Module 4 - Recruiting Techniques
00:27
Moduel 4 - Recruiting Techniques
01:00:42
Module 4 - Recruiting Techniques
6 questions
Module 5 - The Violence and Trauma of Sex Trafficking
00:28
Module 5 - The Violence and Trauma of Sex Trafficking
01:00:13
Module 5 - The Violence and Trauma of Sex Trafficking
7 questions
Module 6 - Discovering the Dark Web and Interpol
00:28
Module 6 - Discovering the Dark Web and Interpol
01:00:04
Module 6 - Discovering the Dark Web and Interpol
7 questions
Module 7 - Stephanie interviewig clients
00:01
Module 7- Stephanie interviewing clients
01:01:06
Module 8 - Understanding Johns
00:23
Module 8 - Understanding Johns
01:01:12
Module 8 - Understanding Johns
5 questions
Module 9 - Learning about Victims and Treatment
00:21
Module 9 - Learning about Victims and Treatment
01:00:06
Module 9 - Learning about Victims and Treatment
9 questions
Module 10 - Mass Hysteria and Treating Clients
00:21
Module 10 - Mass Hysteria and Treating Clients
01:00:35
Module 10 - Mass Hysteria and Treating Clients
9 questions
Module 11 - Personality Disorders and Elements of the Brain
00:20
Module 11 - Personality Disorders and Elements of the Brain
01:00:08
Moduel 11 - Personality Disorders and Elements of the Brain
9 questions
Module 12 - The Memory Network
00:13
Module 12 - The Memory Network
01:00:29
Module 12 - The Memory Network
4 questions
Module 13 - What a Victim Needs
00:15
Module 13 - What a Victim Needs
01:01:09
Module 13 - What a Victim Needs
5 questions
Module 14 - Understanding the Body’s Needs
00:16
Module 14 - Understanding the Body’s Needs
01:00:14
Module 14 - Understanding the Body’s Needs
6 questions
Module 15 - Treatment for Sex Trafficking Victims
00:17
Module 15 - Treatment for Sex Trafficking Victims
01:00:13
Module 15 - Treatment for Sex Trafficking Victims
4 questions
Module 16 - Self-Protection Pendulum
00:17
Module 16 - Self-Protection Pendulum
01:00:24
Module 16 - Self-Protection Pendulum
7 questions
Module 17 - Who is Stephen Porges?
00:20
Module 17 - Who is Stephen Porges?
01:40:13
Module 17 - Who is Stephen Porges?
9 questions
Congratulations on the successful completion of the training!
01:13