The Wellspring addresses human trafficking

THE WELLSPRING hosted an event last week to address the tragic effects of human trafficking, “Responding to Survivors of Human Trafficking: One Case at a time.” Pictured, from left: Lisa Longenbaugh, Afua Addo and Robyn Muzur. The training was presented by Robyn Muzur, JD, Director of Gender and Family Justice Initiatives for the Center for Court Innovation, and Afua Addo, MHC, Manager of Gender and Family Justice Initiatives for the Center for Court Innovation. They provided participants with an overview on intersections of interpersonal, systemic, and structural trauma on the developing brain in relation to victimization, criminal involvement, trafficking and gender-base violence. (Courtesy photo)

 

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