"On an ACEs Connection webinar on Monday, Dr. Andrew Seaman, an assistant professor at Oregon Health & Science University, showed how he navigates his students through the science of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs). And, in an unusual twist for a webinar, Seaman and O’Nesha Cochran, a peer mentor with the Mental Health Association of Oregon, role-played doctor-patient interactions to show how to develop the skills to communicate with patients with high ACE scores."

Continue reading the article http://www.acesconnection.com/blog/doctor-patient-role-playing-featured-in-aces-connection-webinar 

Daughters for Sale: How Young American Girls Are Being Sold Online
By GLORIA RIVIERA, JACKIE JESKO, and SALLY HAWKINS
May 25, 2016, 9:56 PM ET

 

In an old home movie, young Natalie is laughing and running around with a soccer ball. She’s around 12 years old, and she looks at the camera and says, “When I grow up, I would like to be a doctor.”


But a few years later, that laughing, carefree young girl was sold for sex allegedly through the website, Backpage.com. She estimates she was paid for sex over 100 times, and she firmly believes that the site made it possible for her pimp to post ads offering her for sex over and over again.

“Continuously. All day, every day. 24/7,” Natalie told ABC News “Nightline.” She has asked us to refer to her as “Natalie” for this report, and her parents have asked that we do not use their last name.

Yolanda Schlabach was invited back to the TEDx Stage, on Thursday, November 2, 2017. Yolanda presented, to a sold out venue, for TEDx Talk Wilmington Women and was was recognized with a standing ovation.

Yolanda's TEDx Talk - Bridge of Hope: A Survivor's Life After Sex Trafficking, will be availble through www.YouTube.com, mid December.

Oregon Child Sex Ring Uncovered: “They’re Worth $5000 A Night”

   

Investigators in Oregon have discovered a child sex ring in which kids are sold as sex slaves to high ranking pedophiles for $5,000 a night.

Investigators in Oregon have discovered a massive child sex ring in which children were sold as sex slaves to high ranking pedophiles for as much as $5,000 a night.

Curry County residents Genevieve Wilson and Jackalene Antunes say they are working to help child victims of human trafficking in Southern Oregon, with very little help from the government.

Currypilot.com reports: Soroptimist International, of which Wilson is a member, is trying to educate the public that it’s not just a Third World occurrence, while Antunes, the director of Wally’s House in Gold Beach, interviews children in abusive situations with an ear now fine-tuned to the lingo of the sexually abused.

“One thing that always shocks people is that they get hold of these kids — the target group is boys aged 11 to 13 and 10- to 14-year-old girls,” Wilson said.

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