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Socio-Cultural or race-based trauma, and its negative impact on the overall wellness of African Americans, is just beginning to be researched and addressed in clinical practice. This workshop will highlight the physiological, emotional, and psychological impact racism, discrimination and toxic stress has on the well-being of African Americans. 1.5 Continuing Education Hours
The trauma of childhood sexual abuse can have life-long implications for adult survivors, underlying everything from relationship issues to debilitating anxiety and depression. This workshop will provide professionals with a deeper understanding of the needs of adult survivors as well as tools to help put clients on the path to hope, healing and living their greatest potential. 2 Continuing Education Hours
This webinar will provide an overview of commercial sex trafficking with a definition of what sex trafficking is and what it looks like. Emphasis will focus on why this crime is so difficult for victims to report and what warning signs and indicators look like that people working in helping professions can use to identify victims. 1 Continuing Education Hour
Many social workers and clients are becoming increasingly affected by and involved in the political process, and this can present challenging ethical dilemmas. Frederic Reamer will explore issues that may arise when clients share distress about the current political climate; how social workers can manage differences in political/social views with clients; and boundary issues that may arise when social workers or clients become involved in highly publicized political activities. 1 Continuing Education Hour