Domestic sex trafficking - a survivor's perspective | Karly Church | TEDxOshawaED

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As she defines what domestic sex trafficking is, Karly talks about the stages of exploitation while drawing upon her personal experiences. Karly helps educators to understand how they can help to elicit change. Karly Church is a crisis intervention counselor, social service worker, and advocate for survivors of domestic sex trafficking. She has worked in the front line with youth in sex work and trafficking for over four years. Church works at Victim Services of Durham Region, where she provides specialized services and support to survivors of human trafficking. Church is a Canadore College graduate from two separate programs: mental health and addictions, and social service. As a survivor of domestic human trafficking, she harnesses her lived experience, extensive knowledge, and her passion to work with her fellow survivors. She meets individuals at their needs while providing support with a trauma-informed perspective. Church has delivered keynote speeches throughout Canada and has trained and presented to thousands of social service providers. She is dedicated to providing preventative education through youth symposiums, presentations, consultations, interviews, and panels on human trafficking.

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