Working with the Human Trafficking Survivor What Counselors, Psychologists, Social Workers and Medical Professionals Need to Know
Working with the Human Trafficking Survivor fills a void in existing literature by providing students, faculty, and professionals in applied, helping disciplines, with a comprehensive text about human trafficking with a focus on clinical issues. This book gives an overview of the medical care, options for psychological treatment, and beyond. Working with the Human Trafficking Survivor fills is a great resource for social work, counselling, and psychology courses on human trafficking or domestic violence.
Chapter 1: Human Trafficking in the 21st Century: An Overview for Healthcare Providers, Mary C. Burke; Chapter 2: Providing Trauma-Informed Medically Based Healthcare for Survivors of Sex Trafficking, Elizabeth Miller, Katherine W. Bogen and Heather L. McCauley; Chapter 3: The Adult Trafficking Survivor and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Veronica M. Lugris, Mary C. Burke and Leah Russell Flaherty; Chapter 4: Trafficking of Children and Adolescents: Conceptualization and Evidence-Based Treatment, Katie A. McIntyre; Chapter 5: Psychological Treatment: Reflections on a Psychoanalytic Perspective to Work with Human Trafficking, Paola M. Contreras; Chapter 6: Psychological Treatment: Application of Feminist Theory, AnnJanette Alejano-Steele and Katherine Miller; Chapter 7: Creative Approaches for Working with Trafficking Survivors with Disabilities, Susan O’Rourke and Kevin Spencer; Chapter 8: Understanding Sex Trafficking through the Lens of Coercion: A Closer Look at Exploitation, Threats, and Betrayal, Susan Brotherton and Jamie Manirakiza; Chapter 9: Relapse: Clinical Considerations, Brian D. Bruijn and Lucy L. Bruijn; Chapter 10: Interdisciplinary Collaboration: Working with Other Professions, Judy Hale Reed; Chapter 11: Comprehensive Coordination of Multi-Agency Coalitions, AnnJanette Alejano-Steele, Amanda Finger and Mary Landerholm; Notes on Contributors; Index