In this webinar, our guest panelist will discuss the emotional, psychological, and physical impacts of working in the caring professions and explore strategies to address compassion fatigue, vicarious trauma, and burnout. Attendees will learn ways to tap into the power of resilience and how to implement a trauma-informed framework while supporting staff self-care at their own organizations. The Human Trafficking Prevention Project is excited to welcome Lauren N. Jenkins, LCPC, of Anchored Hope Therapy and Hope Ignited Training, as our guest presenter for this event.
The Human Trafficking Prevention Project (HTPP) is a partnership between the University of Baltimore School of Law and Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service. For more information about this webinar or the HTPP, please contact HTPP Manager Heather Heiman or visit www.mvlslaw.org/ht.