Human Trafficking 101 for Mental Health Providers (PG County)

Thursday, July 12, 2018 at 8:30am - 4:00pm
Prince George's Community College - 301 Largo Rd, Largo, MD 20774 (map)

Human Trafficking 101 for Mental Health Providers (PG County)

This advanced clinical training is for those direct service providers who are likely to come in direct clinical contact with survivors of human trafficking or those at risk for trafficking in Maryland.  

Clinicians that participate in both the 101 and 201 trainings will have the opportunity to join an ongoing peer support collaborative. This cohort of trained counselors will be included on a referral list of trained providers that will be distributed to the Maryland Human Trafficking Task Force partner agencies.

This opportunity will provide licensed counselors and social workers with professional development and a chance to expand their agency’s clinical services. Participation in this training series will help counselors gain task force referrals, identify at-risk clients, and provide a much-needed service for those involved in human trafficking.

Prerequisites for participating in these sessions are as follows:

Individuals must be Licensed Graduate Level Practitioners (LGSW, LCSW-C, LGPC, LCPC)

Have been practicing for a minimum of 3 years

Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for licensed social workers are available from the Maryland Network Against Domestic Violence (MNADV). Attendees will receive 6 CEUs. If you are a LCPC or LGPC, please contact your board of certification before attending the training to ensure the certificate will be accepted for your licensure. CEUs are free for MNADV members and $20 for non-members. Please bring cash or check to the training for payment. You may pay in advance via PayPal here. To learn more about membership, please check out MNADV's website. If you have any questions about CEU payment, please email Hiba Ahmed at [email protected]

Registration is now open for this training. To register, please click here. 

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