DetailsFriday's, Sept. 15-Nov. 17, 2017
Cost: $130 per person (plus required materials)
Space limited to 25 participants
Location: Your own computer, tablet, or phone via ZOOM platform
The Princess Lost & Found training utilizes the beautifully crafted curricula written by Steve and Celestia Tracy, authors of Mending the Soul, equipping individuals who desire to mentor and/or support men and women who have been sexually exploited, abused, and traumatized. Addressing the needs of survivors and advocates, this training provides psycho education on the devastating effects of exploitation and trauma and practical exercises to connect with survivors.
This research driven training rooted in real-life experience provides a pathway for mentors, social workers, therapists, and leaders to anticipate and respond to the needs of survivors. Through safe relationships, advocates can offer hope for healing and redemption from the horrific effects of abuse. MTS’ instructors bring both professional and mentoring experience with sexually abused and exploited men and women.
This training is experiential—equipping mentors through teaching and practice—addressing the following:
- What does mentorship look like?
- How to initiate and maintain a successful mentor/mentee relationship
- Trauma management—how to take care of ourself while caring for a survivor
- Healthy boundaries
- Practice facilitating integrative exercises
- Practical mentoring tips
Training Pre-Requisite: MTS Basic Training AND MTS Small Group
Required Resources: Princess Lost: The Story of Our Daughters, Princess Found: A Guide for Mentor’s of Sexually Exploited Girls, and Princess Lost Journal. Resources can be purchased during registration process.
Recordings of each LIVE session will be provided weekly for those unable to attend the live training. Active weekly participation in an email discussion and/or private MTS discussion forum is required in order to receive a completion certificate for the course. Complete course is 15 hours (10—1.5 hour modules)
Instructor: Rebekah Stines, MSPC, LPC Intern
Rebekah has been involved in Mending the Soul for several years as a participant, facilitator, trainer, lay mentor of trafficked women and girls, and finally professional therapist.
For additional information, please email Rebekah Stines.