This workshop serves to educate and train regarding a hidden facet of child sex trafficking not normally discussed: familial trafficking, as well as some of its more severe psychological effects and appropriate response in the classroom. Pimp-based trafficking is usually what is discussed regarding CSEC; yet familial trafficking manifests differently with different signs, symptoms, and response. In addition to being a school psychologist and mental health clinician, the presenter is a survivor of familial sex trafficking in early childhood and is an advocate and public speaker. In the spirit of the conference, she will also be discussing self-care and vicarious trauma when working with students who have been trafficked.

CASP Members: $70.00
Non-Members: $100.00

Strand: F, Topic: 10,13,21, Level: II
NASP Domain: 4, 6 

Danett Williams, school psychologist, currently works at San Carlos School District focusing on behavioral intervention and consultation for children presenting with socioemotional and behavioral challenges. Williams enjoys working with children exhibiting severe externalizing and internalizing behaviors. She concentrates on viewing her students’ difficulties through a neurodevelopmental lens.  Williams is also a survivor, speaker, and anti-familial sex trafficking educator/trainer working with the Survivors Healing, Advising and Dedicated to Empowerment (SHADE) movement in the Bay Area. Williams will be a panelist at the pre-convention Town Hall meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 7.