304: Healing the Wounds of Human Trafficking
Trafficking of people, or human trafficking, is an illegal activity that touches all nations and has long-lasting physical, social, and psychological consequences for survivors and all those involved. Traffickers exploit both genders, all ethnicities, the aged and young, as well as the educated and unschooled. No people group is left untouched by this crime. Currently, trafficking is at epidemic proportions. The effects of trafficking on victims are numerous and profound. Exposure to chronic victimization increases the risk of physical and psychological difficulties. In fact, this routine abuse results in a wide range of expected symptoms, from impaired cognitive functioning to attachment disorders. This workshop provides a detailed understanding of the risk factors of victims and techniques traffickers use to lure in their victims, the abuse most survivors experience, and specific treatment interventions for psychologists and licensed mental health professionals aimed to heal the wounds of trafficking.
- Describe multiple factors that place individuals at risk for trafficking victimization
- Analyze various techniques traffickers use on their victims and how those techniques form bonds between the victim and trafficker
- Evaluate specific Christian counseling techniques that assist in the healing process for psychologists and licensed mental health professionals
021. Identifying and Treating Moral Injury in the Setting of Trauma Copy
PRESENTERSCREDENTIALSCE CREDITSLEVELSummary The focus of this workshop will be on “moral injury” in the setting of moderate to severe trauma. Moral injury is a relatively new term in the psychological world, although it is closely related to what used to be called...
018. Borderline and Narcissistic Personality Disorders: Effective Strategies Based on Neurobiologically-informed Treatment
PRESENTERSCREDENTIALSCE CREDITSLEVELSummary A large part of clinical work with individuals, couples, and families involves frustrating situations where clients diagnosed with personality disorders make the same mistakes repetitively and thereby cause much pain and...
007. When Loving Him is Hurting You: Hope and Help for Women Dealing with Narcissism and Emotional Abuse
PRESENTERSCREDENTIALSCE CREDITSLEVELSummary We live in a “me-centered” culture, with many selfishly asserting their “rights” and powering over others in the process. This epidemic of selfishness, entitlement, and emotional immaturity fuels narcissism and marital...
101: Emerging Gender Identities Among Youth
PRESENTERSCREDENTIALSCE CREDITSLEVELSummary This workshop will address trends in care for minors who experience diverse gender identities. The presenter will discuss transgender experiences and emerging gender identities, such as gender non-binary, pangender,...
102: The End of Mental Illness
PRESENTERSCREDENTIALSCE CREDITSLEVELSummary This workshop will discard an outdated, stigmatizing paradigm and replace it with a modern, brain-based, whole-person program rooted in science and hope. Based on the world’s largest functional brain imaging database, Dr....
103: When Trust Has Been Broken: The Road Map to Repairs
PRESENTERSCREDENTIALSCE CREDITSLEVELSummary Pornography, adultery, addictions, and abuse destroy marital trust. Reconciliation is always the hoped for goal. But what are the specific steps needed to rebuild broken trust? What are the therapeutic and personal mile...