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Do you offer services to victims of commercial sexual exploitation? Are you looking for a powerful, life-changing curriculum that leads to growth and positive community? If you answered yes, come join over 1,200 ETG Facilitators across the nation who share this important, challenging and rewarding mission.


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Is ETG Supporter Training right for your group?

This advanced-level professional training is designed for anyone who has any contact with sex trafficking victims in any capacity and for those who have decision-making responsibilities regarding sex trafficking victims. Please visit the About ETG Supporter Training page to learn more.

About ETG Supporter Training

Training

What is ETG Supporter Training?

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This 8-hour course will provide a broad overview of best practices for supporting sex trafficking victims and a focused look at supporting coercion resiliency.

Topics include domestic sex trafficking facts and statistics, “the game” (trafficking subculture), the breaking process, psychological coercion, dual identity, recidivism, language sensitivity, and how to support a survivors’ true self.

The overarching goal is to foster a deeper awareness of trafficking victims’ needs and offer practical skills to aid in victim resiliency.

This course will be led by sex trafficking survivors using lecture, small group activities, video clips, and application exercises.

Objectives

Learning Objectives of ETG Supporter Training

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  • Define “coercion” in accordance with psychology and mental health definitions
  • Describe the common coercion process in trafficking: Bend, Break, Build, Lock
  • Identify signs of dual identity within trafficking victims
  • Explain the impact of language and word choice in reinforcing or fighting coercion
  • Explore best practices for speaking to a survivor’s true self
  • Practice motivational communication skill: OARS
  • Provide an overview of the Ending The Game Curriculum

Who

Who is ETG Supporter Training For?

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  • All staff, volunteers and community partners at survivor-serving agencies

  • Mentors and church volunteers

  • Attorneys and legal advocates

  • Law enforcement

  • First responders

  • SART Nurses

  • FFAs

  • Family members of survivors