Narrative Therapy for Victims of Sex Trafficking

Awareness and widespread interest regarding sex trafficking has increased significantly over the last decade. However, research demonstrates little success from well-intended human trafficking “rescue” efforts. In order to increase the capacity for feminist therapists to more effectively serve women and girls who have been subjugated to sex trafficking, a recent article in the journal Women and Therapy presents a narrative therapy approach as a method for helping survivors reconstruct personal narratives that reflect resilience, recovery, and prosperity.

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