(WEBINAR) Human Trafficking and Intimate Partner Violence (IPV)

CE Type:APACPRPIACET

CE Type: IACET, APA, CPRP                # of CE's: 4.0 CE's      0.4 IACET CE's

 

About This Course

The purpose of this workshop is for professionals to gain an understand human trafficking in the United States and the complex intersectionality between human trafficking and IPV. The two are often correlated and it is important to understand the nuances of these relationships, and how to recognize the red flags for trafficking when working with someone involved in IPV. The workshop will go into depth about the nuances of human trafficking, how to identify a protentional victim of human trafficking and then what steps to take once an individual has been identified.

Learning Objectives: 

  1. Identify the different types of trafficking and what these look like, as well as how individuals about more vulnerable to trafficking.
  2. Interpret what human trafficking consists of and it impact across gender, class, age, race and culture.
  3. To recognize misconceptions about human trafficking.
  4. Identify the connection between IPV and human trafficking.
  5. Name red flags for HT in IPV relationships.
  6. Prepare to screen for HT in IPV.

 

Intended Audience: 

Individuals that are working or involved in the behavioral health system in Philadelphia, and are interested in learning how to identify and better serve victims and survivors of Human Trafficking.

 

Instructional Level: 

Advanced

 

Completion Requirements: 

Participants must attend the entire session, participate in all activities, and submit an evaluation within the 7 days of training to receive credits and a certificate. All CEU certificates and certificates of attendance will be received through the DBHIDS Learning Hub. Once you have completed your evaluation you will have access to your CEU or Certificate of Attendance through your DBHIDS Learning Hub Account.

 

Credit Statements:

BHTEN is accredited by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET) and is authorized to issue the IACET CEU. 
As an IACET Accredited Provider, BHTEN offers CEUs for its programs that qualify under the ANSI/IACET Standard.  BHTEN is authorized by IACET to offer CEUs for this program.
(0.4 CEU = 4.0 Training Hours)

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4.0 CE credit hours for Psychologists awarded.  BHTEN is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists.  BHTEN maintains responsibility for this program and its content

 

The Behavioral Health Training & Education Network (BHTEN), provider #4158280, is approved by Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association (PRA) to provide continuing education to Certified Psychiatric Rehabilitation Practitioners (CPRPs) and CPRP candidates.

This activity is approved for a maximum of 4.0 contact hours of continuing education in psychiatric rehabilitation and recovery in the following CPRP Focus Domain(s): ## - DOMAIN TITLE.  CPRPs and CPRP candidates should only claim credit commensurate with their participation in the activity

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Course Instructors

January 18, 2024

Amber Goltz

BIA, NMN, MHR

Amber Goltz is originally from Denver, Colorado and holds a bachelor’s degree in International Affairs and two masters degrees in Nonprofit Management and Human Rights Practice. Amber began her work in social services working with children with special needs and shortly thereafter had an opportunity to live abroad in Peru for two years. Fueling her desire to work with survivors of human trafficking she than began to work as a supervisor for a human trafficking hotline in Colorado while working with at risk children and their families. She is now the Manager of Anti-Trafficking at WOAR in Philadelphia, where she works directly with victims and survivors of human trafficking in the city as well as working with at-risk youth and provides trainings to other organizations, hospitals, law enforcement, etc. Amber also assists with victim interviewing and sits on many task forces locally and nationally. She is also an Adjunct Professor at Temple in the College of Public Health teaching a class on human trafficking to graduate students who are working toward their Masters in Social Work.