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"Trauma" A Traffickers Currency (Pt 2) (Ep 7)
Episode 711th November 2019 • The 411 Live • The 411 Live
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If you are a new listener to The 411 Live Podcast, we would love to hear from you. Please visit our contact page if you have questions, topic ideas, questions about videos, podcasts, blogs, or feedback just let us know. In this episode 7 of The 411 Live podcast, Dr. Kweku Akyirefi Ramel Smith President of Blacksmith Consulting and Jolanda Rodgers, founder of Talk Consulting continue the discussion on how Trauma is used as a manipulative and tactical tool by traffickers. No matter what, it needs to be something we talk about. We break down and look at the different levels of trauma and the way it can manifest itself. Even uprising from a time victims didn’t even know that they were experiencing trauma. Dr. Smith goes on to explain the difference between physical and mental trauma and how these things can affect everyone differently. Jolanda also explains the different triggers victims may have. She states, “Even with family and friends having the best intentions when helping a victim, it can be simple things that trigger their traumatic experience.” If you are new to The 411 Live podcast, we would love to hear from you. Please visit our Contact Page https://the411live.org/contact if you have questions, topic ideas, questions about videos, podcasts, blogs, or feedback just let us know. “Trafficked” More Than Just A Story Healing Series Our current project is the “Trafficked” More Than Just A Story Healing Series. Production costs for this project are well over $300,000, and we are asking for your assistance. Donations will go towards The 411 Live “Trafficked” More Than Just A Story Healing Series and to continue The “I Dare You To Heal Movement” that helps support survivors through their journey of healing focusing on human trafficking and other traumatic experiences. You can make a one-time donation or we have a variety of sponsorship opportunities available. Your financial support is critical to the success of this project. All contributions made to The 411 Live is tax deductible to the extent permissible by law. Click Here to Donate: https://the411live.org/donate