The multi-faceted face of human trafficking survivorship requires a mix of services and approaches to address the ever-changing case presentations. In addition to creating partnerships with public health professionals, community-based organizations, health care, legal aid, law enforcement, behavioral health, social services, and survivors, your multidisciplinary treatment may be filled with diverse generational perspectives. The power of social dynamics and the combination of Y-ers, Millennials, X-ers, Boomers, and Traditionalists at the same table may present a polar division between generational perspectives and workplace goals/values. This workshop will explore building a comprehensive multidisciplinary team in order to create a safe space to meet the various needs of an individual experiencing trafficking and their family members. The workshop will help participants understand the differences in perspectives and explore ways to unite those varying approaches.
Participants will explore who is at the table, what they bring to the table, and how to maximize their participation to assist in the development of effective teams for the safety of the client.
Participants will explore the strengths of the MDT model.
Participants will Identify how a lack of communication and/or collaboration can affect clients being served.
Participants will understand the process of forming an effective MDT.