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The commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC) 101 training provides participants with an in-depth over of CSEC. The training begins by defining CSEC within the larger legal framework of the Trafficking Victims Protection Act followed by a review of current statistics about CSEC. Next, the training discusses myths about involvement in CSEC as well as overview of the demand of CSEC. This provides participants with a comprehensive look at the individual, environmental, and societal factors that contribute to the demand for sex with children. The training then discusses the pathways and precursors to involvement in CSEC. Participants will hear case studies of CSEC victims to highlight the risk factors for CSEC recruitment. Next, the training will provide an overview of the impact of CSEC, specifically looking at the physical, emotional, spiritual, and social impacts of CSEC involvement. This will be followed by an overview of victim identification and engagement. During this section, participants will learn about the needs of CSEC victims as well as warning signs that youth may be involved in CSEC. The training will end with a discussion on service delivery.

The training will be co-facilitated by Nola Brantley who is a National Advocate, Master Trainer and Survivor of the Commercial Sex Industry and Dr. Nicole Klasey who is a psychologist specializing in Trauma and the Commercial Sex Industry. Nola Brantley Speaks utilizes a survivor-clinician training model which provides audiences with an enhanced learning experience. Nola is a pioneer in California as she founded the first CSEC advocacy agency, MISSEY, in Oakland, CA and founded Nola Brantley Speaks in 2014. She has been training providers across the nation on CSEC 101 since 2010, training well over 100,000 professionals in the filed, community members and members of the faith based community. Nola's personal experiences give her a powerful perspective which she shares in her trainings. Dr. Nicole Klasey, Nola’s co-trainer and business partner, has an extensive background working with foster youth in residential treatment. Nicole has been a key developer of several of the training curriculums that are being used throughout California and CSEC prevention curriculums. Nicole also provides leadership for a team of survivor and clinician trainers providing trainings across California.


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