Sex Trafficking: Overview and Clinical Implications

This workshop is suited for counselors, social workers, 
psychologists, and other helping professionals who would like to advance their understanding in sex trafficking, and those who supervise counselor trainees working with survivors. 

This event is free and open to the public. Participants who would like continuing education credits can pay $20 in 
advance or $30 on site for 3 NBCC clock hours.

This event will be streamed to Webster University Rolla, Charleston, and Fort Bliss. 

Our Presenters include: 
Dr. Hasmik Chakaryan, Assistant Professor at Webster University. Expertise and areas of interest include trauma, crisis, and disaster mental health intervention and counseling, intimate partner violence, sexual assault and rape victim/survivor counseling, as well as internationalizing the profession of counseling. 

Dr. Andrea J. Nichols, Carnegie Award-winning Professor of Sociology at St. Louis Community College at Forest Park, and lecturer and anti-trafficking initiative coordinator at Washington University in St. Louis, MO. Andrea is the author of numerous books and articles in the area of sex trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation. 

Sherrita Allen, MA, PLPC is the Administrator of Community Services at The Covering House. She has a twenty-one year history in social services and is an alumna of Webster’s MA in Counseling program.

Friday, April 20, 2018 at 1:00pm to 4:00pm

Webster University, Library Conference Room
470 East Lockwood, 63119

Event Type

Lectures, Community, Academic


Divisions, College of Arts & Sciences


professional counseling


$20 in advance or $30 on site for 3 NBCC clock hours



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