Great KIDS make Great COMMUNITIES in partnership with Anti-trafficking Network of Northeast Indiana and
Indiana Trafficking Vicitim’s Assistance Program presents:
The 2019 Anti-Trafficking Network Training Series
February 1st, 8th & 15th 9:30am-11:30am
PFW Classic Ballroom
(Walb Student Union)
2101 E Coliseum Blvd, Fort Wayne, IN 46805
Anti-Trafficking Series fee- $30.00
Two (2) CEUs per session will be offered to participants
The purpose of our annual ATNNI training series is to collaborate with experts in the national anti-trafficking movement in order to build the collective capacity of our local communities to support persons who have experienced, or are experiencing, human trafficking. Each week will build upon previous sessions, allowing participants the opportunity to learn, process and engage in practical skills. All three sessions will be survivor informed & our final session will be survivor led.
February 1st: Debi Grebenik
Debi Grebenik trains internationally and is known for her expertise in healing child trauma. She also trains on Vicarious Trauma within child welfare and judicial systems as well as for first responders and medical professionals. She is known for her engaging and enthusiastic presentations on healing for children, youth, families, teams, and systems. Her education includes a Masters’ Degree in Social Work; a Master’s Degree in Religious Education; a Ph.D. in Educational Leadership and Innovation from the University of Colorado.
February 8th: Katrina Mallory
Katrina Mallory, Psy.D., HSPP is a Clinical Psychologist and Program Director of TRU Harbor, a program of the Youth Opportunity Center that serves adolescent female survivors of human trafficking. Dr. Mallory has experience working in residential treatment settings, specifically in completing psychological evaluations and providing therapeutic services for youth identified as commercially sexually exploited children (CSEC) and others coping with complex trauma. As a member of several anti-trafficking committees and taskforces, Dr. Mallory completes trainings across the state of Indiana to educate youth workers, law enforcement, and community members on sex trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation.
February 15th: K.D. Roche
K.D. Roche is a field expert on the subject of human trafficking and has been providing recommendations and input to inform research, policies, and programs that work to combat trafficking and provide services to survivors since 2014. They have trained law enforcement, health care professionals, social workers and government organizations. They are a training and technical assistance consultant for the Office for Victims of Crime, a fellow of the Human Trafficking Leadership Academy, and a member of the National Survivor Network.