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Human Trafficking

It is defined as transport, harboring, sales of persons within national or across international borders through coercion, force, kidnapping, deception, or fraud, for purposes of placing persons in situations of forced labor or services, such as forced prostitution, domestic servitude, debt bondage, or other slavery-like practices.

Human trafficking Trafficking in persons Substance abuse Both a and b

The TVPA (2020) defines severe forms of trafficking in persons as______________ or ______________:

Sex trafficking in which a commercial sex act is induced by force, fraud, or coercion, or in which the person induced to perform such as an act has not attained 18 years of age The recruitment, harboring, transportation, provision, or obtaining of a person for labor or services, through the use of force, fraud, or coercion for the purpose of subjection to involuntary servitude, peonage, debt bondage, or slavery. A victim need not be physically transported from one location to another for the crime to fall under this definition. Both a and b

The world’s fastest growing criminal enterprise which according to Vienna-based International Centre for Migration Policy Development estimates is overall profits as much as $7 billion in 1995:

Trafficking in Persons Illegal drugs Arms trades Vandalism

The state that has the highest human trafficking rate in the United States:

Texas New York California Mississippi

What is the case rate per 100k of human trafficking in the state of Nevada?

7.50 4.08 4.99 3.84

What state has the lowest case rate per 100k of human trafficking?

Vermont Idaho New Hampshire Rhode Island

The following are anxiety and depression symptoms felt by human trafficking survivors, EXCEPT:

Nervousness or shakiness inside Terror/panic Hopefulness Very sad

It is characterized as a disruption in the usually integrated functions of consciousness, memory identity, or perception.

Dissociative disorders PTSD Psychosis Bipolar disorder

Evidence-based mental health treatment is guided by the idea that scientific evidence should be assessed when determining and implementing treatment options for patients.

True False

The following are part of the hierarchical standards for evidence-based studies, EXCEPT:

Randomized clinical trials Close clinical trial that has independent comparison groups. Clinical observation as expert opinion Quasi-experimental studies

This evidence-based therapeutic treatment option for PTSD aims to reduce anxiety and fear through confrontation of thoughts (imaginal exposure) or actual situations (in vivo exposure) related to the trauma.

Cognitive therapy Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing Exposure therapy Stress inoculation therapy

This evidence-based therapeutic treatment option for PTSD combines general clinical practice with brief imaginal exposure and cognitive restructuring (rapid eye movement is included during the imaginal exposure and cognitive restructuring phases).

Cognitive therapy Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing Exposure therapy Stress inoculation therapy

This evidence-based therapeutic treatment option for PTSD combines psycho-education with anxiety management techniques such as relaxation training, breathing training, and thought stopping.

Cognitive therapy Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing Exposure therapy Stress inoculation therapy

The following are the most common representations for victims of childhood exploitation are the following, EXCEPT:

Substance-related disorders Dissociative disorders Impulse control Calm demeanor

The following are challenges in meeting the needs of trafficking victims who have experienced traumatic abuse, EXCEPT:

Unlimited availability and access to appropriate mental health services. Difficulty establishing trusting relationships with victims. Mandated treatment efforts may be counterproductive when working with victims. Secrecy is a trademark of the women and girls involved in sex trafficking; victims may not define their experience as abusive, or attempt to escape.

_______is commonly referred to as “Stockholm Syndrome”.

Trauma Human trafficking Trauma bonding None of these

The foundations of trauma-bonding are laid at the neurobiological levels. The following happens once a person is exposed to trauma, EXCEPT:

During a single incident of trauma, the limbic system, the brain’s emotion center over-activates. The prefrontal cortex, the brain’s logic center, shuts down. Repeated exposure results in victim becoming numb and disconnected from themselves. Repeated trauma exposure can positively affect brain development and the way a person thinks.

____________may increase the likelihood of trauma bonding.

Sexual coercion Psychological coercion Physical violence Accident

Globally, the majority of detected victims trafficked for forced labour are ____________.

Women Children Boys Adult men

According to the International Organization for Migration (IOM) ________ of the victims trafficked for domestic servitude included in the Counter Trafficking Data Collaborative (CTDC) databases are females.

10% 50% 85% 88%

This occurs when perpetrators engage in sex acts with children or produce child sexual abuse material, outside their country of citizenship.

Extraterritorial child sexual exploitation and abuse Construction industry trafficking Trafficking in construction industry Trafficking in fishing industry

The following areas has higher share of children as target for trafficking, EXCEPT:

West Africa South Asia and Central America Caribbean Eastern Europe

The following are suggested promising health care practices for survivors of human trafficking, EXCEPT:

Clinics should aim to provide a safe environment for survivors in which all staff are trained on survivor engagement, acknowledge their rights and responsibilities, and disclose confidentiality and reporting policies. If needed for language purposes, the provider should use a professional interpreter trained to interpret information appropriately, and without judgment, to ensure information is accurate and non-stigmatizing when applicable. The presence of a trafficker cannot affect the patient’s ability to speak openly with medical professionals, so providers should not separate a patient from a potential trafficker. Clinics should be aware of ways medical care can re-traumatize a survivor, such as through invasive procedures, removal of clothing, embarrassing or distressing personal questions, the gender of the health care provider, and the power dynamics of the doct

This recommendations states that whenever trafficking survivors with substance use issues are identified, referral to safe, ethical treatment programs and facilities is essential:

Identification and referral Safe housing Trauma-informed prosecutions and special task forces are key Listen to survivors

This recommendation is also essential for survivors; a lack of it may increase vulnerability to further trauma. 

Identification and referral Safe housing Trauma-informed prosecutions and special task forces are key Listen to survivors