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Fourth Training: Networking and Family work with Children and Young Persons Victims of Trafficking
The importance of the family in supporting a young person can never be overestimated and care workers need to develop their expertise in how to create a healing context that works towards including the family in all forms of assistance. The network of relatives, neighbours, friends and other people in the young person?s life may also be used as a resource when it comes to assistance.

Some issues that will be important to elaborate in this training are:

 

·        Finding the family

·        Mobilising the family

·        Adapting family therapy techniques

·        Using the family as a resource

·        Assessment of the family’s situation

·        Identifying the social network

·        Enabling the dynamics of the social network to work to assist the young person

·        Building of alternative ways of support