Understanding Trauma


Understanding Trauma

When someone is set free, there’s often a physical element, but there’s also an emotional element. Maybe you have asked yourself, “Is healing possible for victims of trafficking? What can I do to help people who have faced trauma?”

Dr. Becca Johnson is Rescue: Freedom’s former trauma therapist and has worked with victims of trauma for over 30 years.

She now supports our Local Partners, and over the past 18 years, she has come alongside more and more victims of trafficking. Today, she has answers to both of those questions. Watch below to learn more.


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