Training and Awareness

To build local, regional, national and international capacity to serve those subjugated and at risk for human trafficking, we offer ongoing training for social service providers, law enforcement, medical providers, educations, religious organizations and anyone who may come in contact with those at risk or in need of help.

Trainings are tailored to the unique needs of the community and/or group. Recognizing the scope and complexity of the issue of human trafficking, we also offer trainings on a number of topics that we believe create a context in which human trafficking can occurs. Our staff has a variety of expertise and will work with you to meet your needs.

LotusTM Anti-Trafficking Model Training including an option for a Train the Trainer Curriculum. Training topics may include, but are not limited to:

  • Lotus Anti-Trafficking ModelTM including LotusTM Operating Principles, LotusTM Tools, and LotusTM Programming/Curricula
  • Working with high risk youth.
  • Vulnerability and risk.
  • Strength, resilience, and malleability.
  • Compassion fatigue, secondary trauma, and self-care.
  • Connections between human trafficking and a variety of social context issues such education, employment, pornography, etc.
  • Understanding homeless, runaway and throwaway youth.
  • Understanding risk and resilience in marginalized populations.
  • The importance of survivor-leadership.
  • Impact of childhood trauma.
  • Increasing healthy relationships and family stability.
  • Multi-disciplinary collaboration and community action.
  • Mentoring for CSEC victims.
  • Empowering practices in policy, direct service, and research.

Inspirational and motivational keynote presentations regarding personal stories of over-coming obstacles, community transformation, social services and other topics are also available. Sample topics include:

  • Domestic sex trafficking (DST); Commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC); other forms of abuse and exploitation relative to human trafficking.
  • Systemic causes and adaptive challenges to addressing human trafficking.
  • The relationships between DST/CSEC and other populations/issues such as homeless, runaway, and throwaway youth (HRTY), foster care, pornography, mental health, etc.
  • Childhood trauma, risk, resilience, and malleability.
  • Factors that contribute to malleability and holistic prosperity in the midst of marginalization.
  • Empowering practices in law/policy, direct service, and research.
  • Trends in the anti-trafficking movement including survivor-leadership, criminalization/decriminalization, best-practices, practices harming and helping forward progress in the movement, etc.
  • Dr. Karen Countryman-Roswurm Bio-Sketch and Speaking Samples.

For a full list of training topics, price estimates, and to find out how to contract with CCHT, please contact us.