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VCU School of Medicine, 5th Floor

1201 E Marshall Street

McGlothlin Medical Education Center

Richmond, VA 23298

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Survivor Presentation on Complex Trauma

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Poor mental health is the most dominant health problem in survivors of human trafficking because of the prolonged exposure to repetitive and unpredictable physical and psychological violence. The consequence of being commodified and monetized make mental health outcomes from trafficking even more devastating, far-reaching and long-lasting. Survivor Expert, Pamela Lynn Hock, will share what is is like to live with Complex-PTSD, and why clinical approaches that promote patient safety, autonomy, and control are crucial to a survivor's life-long healing and wellbeing.

This presentation is part of the 2nd Annual Medical Symposium on Human Trafficking scheduled for February 4 - 8, 2020. For the complete list of class offerings, please visit: ImPACT Virginia. The Symposium is free and open to the public.

Parking: Validated parking in the VCU Medical Center Visitor Parking Deck located at 550 N 12th St, Richmond, VA 23298

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