Trauma-Informed Approaches to Victims of Technology Facilitated Abuse

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Course Description

Victims who have experienced abuse have unique challenges on the path to healing. When that abuse includes technology or a virtual component, the healing may be even more complex.  This presentation will discuss some of those challenges and provide prosecutors with the tools needed to achieve justice for these vulnerable victims.  

Learning Objectives

  1. Explore and understand the various types of trauma experienced by victims of technology-facilitated abuse, using research and real-world examples for illustration.
  2. Develop proficiency in addressing persistent challenges related to technology-facilitated abuse, including image resurfacing, long-term trafficking, and effective communication of concerns.
  3. Familiarize oneself with alternative remedies available to victims of technology-facilitated abuse, with a focus on options like restitution and forfeiture.

Zero Abuse Project is not responsible for accrediting or reporting CLE credits for this course. Participants are responsible for verifying if their state accepts self-applications for self-study CLE credits and for independently seeking approval.

Upon completing the on-demand course, participants will receive a general certificate of completion. If your state allows self-study credits, you can submit this certificate directly to your state bar.
All attorneys are responsible for any associated CLE filing fees.

For inquiries or additional information, please contact [email protected].

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