• Facilitator — Pam Hamilton, LCSW 
  • CEs —  3
  • Cost — $30

As mental health professionals, we all face ethical dilemmas that continually evolve and change as new advancements are made and new legislation is passed. This training defines ethical standards and as they relate to working with victims of human trafficking. 

Learning Objectives: 

  1. Understand the intersection of personal and professional values in ethical decision making.
  2. Discuss ethical decision making models to help navigate dilemmas that occur in serving people who have been exploited by a trafficker.
  3. Identify potential ethical conflicts that arise in human trafficking cases.

This training is now full. If you would like to be added to the wait list or notified when the next session is available, please contact Crystal at