Center Against Human Trafficking and Exploitation to Host Inaugural Summit

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The Center Against Human Trafficking and Exploitation at Fontbonne University will host a Human Trafficking Summit April 4, 5 and 6, 2019, for clinicians, first responders, providers and other professionals whose work may intersect with trafficked persons.

The inaugural three-day conference will focus on the clinical skills needed when working with survivors of trauma and trafficking, local and federal responses to trafficking, and an interdisciplinary approach to treating survivors of trafficking and complex trauma.

Continuing education credits are available for those who hold LCSW and LPC licensing. Registration fees vary. Registration is now open.

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