Course Dates: Open-ended
Enrollment Dates: Enroll Anytime
Who can Enroll: Anyone
Course Language: English
Price:  $30.00

About this course

In this introductory session on labor and sex trafficking, participants will become familiarized with these criminal activities at home and abroad. The A-M-P Model will be used as a foundation to inform the audience as they learn to identify a trafficking case and take appropriate action.

Through video and discussion, a foundation will be provided to understand the complexities of trafficking and the challenges for mental health professionals who may, unknowingly, be encountering trafficking victims. Attention will be given to mental health considerations for survivors and practical resources will be provided so that every attendee, no matter their profession, can make a difference.


a. Identify at least two indicators of human trafficking

b. State one recruitment tactic of traffickers

c. Describe the complexities of leaving ‘the life’ due to traumatic bonding, shame, and guilt

d. Articulate an appropriate response to a suspected human trafficking case

Instructional Level: Intermediate

Instructor(s): Pam Hamilton, LCSW

Material Author(s): Jennifer Sweeton, PsyD, MS, MA

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