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Webinar To Discuss Building Resiliency Through Wellness Programs

On March 8, 2018, from 1 to 2 p.m. ET, OJJDP, in collaboration with The Innocent Justice Foundation, will present "Building Resiliency: The Importance of Privacy and Confidentiality in Wellness Programs." This webinar is designed to help professionals who address commercial sexual exploitation of children develop wellness practices to promote resilience and reduce or eliminate the negative effects of exposure to trauma and stress in their work. The webinar will explore mental health consultation and support, how to identify and address trauma from working within the field of child sexual exploitation, and when to refer individuals for mental health treatment or counseling. 


Date Created: March 2, 2018