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Monday, June 6 • 1:45pm - 3:15pm
Session 2E: Mental Health Services Response to the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children: Trauma-focused, Evidence-based Treatment and Provider Training

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The Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children is a severe and complex form of child sexual abuse that represents a particular challenge for mental health professionals. This workshop will describe Project Intersect, an initiative of the National Child Traumatic Stress Network specifically focused on the applications of trauma-focused treatment (TFCBT) with commercially sexually exploited children and their families, as well as the training of a network of mental health providers in Georgia to serve CSEC clients. The workshop will describe specific treatment and training approaches, strategies for building on existing CAC resources and capacities, and client- and provider-level outcome data.
Suggested Session Track: Research & Innovative Practices


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Kelly Kinnish

Clinical Director, Georgia Center for Child Advocacy
Kelly Kinnish, PhD, is the Director of Clinical Services at the Georgia Center for Child Advocacy in Atlanta, GA, where she oversees the Center’s clinical service programs to sexually abused and traumatized children. She is also the Director of Project Intersect, a SAMHSA-funded program of the National Child Traumatic Stress Network that targets the mental health needs of Commercially Sexually Exploited Children. Project Intersect... Read More →


Monday June 6, 2016 1:45pm - 3:15pm
Mount Vernon Square A Renaissance Washington DC Hotel

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