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Female Survivors of Sex Trafficking: How Do They Perceive Returning to Work?

Authors Jazmin Bolduc, Kaylynn Esguerra, and Claudia G. Peyton, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA Principal Investigator and Faculty Mentor, Department of Occupational Therapy, California State University, Dominguez Hills, USA. Correspondence concerning this paper should be addressed to Claudia G. Peyton, Ph.D., OTR/L, FAOTA, Department of Occupational Therapy, California State University, Dominguez Hills, 1000 E. Victoria Street, CA, 90747, USA. Email: cpeyton@csudh.edu Abstract Sex trafficking is a growing human rights issue that calls for research and implementation of recovery programs that meet survivors’ unique needs. Six adult, female survivors of sex trafficking currently enrolled…

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Victims of Domestic Sex Trafficking: Do Advocacy and Recovery Services Aid Rehabilitation?

(Author: April Rice-Johnson)   The recovery, rehabilitation and reintegration of sex trafficking victims is often a difficult, complex, and long-term process. Its complexity lies in the fact that it is a different process for each victim and recovery not only involves the victim, but also the community and culture within which the reintegration is to take place. Reintegration of victims of trafficking entails more than moving a victim back home or to another selected place. The process entails putting the pieces of the victim’s life back together in a way…

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