Working with the Human Trafficking Survivor : What therapists, human service and health care providers 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.
- Paperback | 320 pages
- 152 x 229mm
- 22 Mar 2018
- Taylor & Francis Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
About Mary C. Burke
Mary C. Burke is an associate professor in the Department of Psychology and Counseling at Carlow University where she is the program director of the doctoral program in Counseling Psychology. She has been involved in anti-human trafficking efforts since 2004 and is the founder of the Project to End Human Trafficking (www.endhumantrafficking.org).
Table of contents
Section I: Human Trafficking Overview 1. Introduction to Human Trafficking 2. Sex Trafficking 3. Domestic Sex Trafficking of Children 4. Domestic Sex Trafficking: Focus on Third Party Pimp Control Section II: Identification and Medical Health Care 5. Identification of the Sex Trafficking Victim in Human Service Settings 6. Medical Considerations and the Sex Trafficking Survivor: Assessment 7. Medical Considerations and the Sex Trafficking Survivor: Treatment Section III: Psychological Health Care: Theory and Practice 8. Trauma and the Sex Trafficking Survivor: Psychological Implications 9. Psychological Treatment: Application of Empirically Validated Approaches 10. Psychological Treatment: Application of Feminist Theory 11. Psychological Treatment: Application of Gestalt Theory 12. Psychological Treatment: Application of Object Relations/Psychodynamic Theory 13. Psychological Treatment: Working with Children 14. Service Coordination: Building a Multiagency Community Based Coalition