A Concept Analysis of Trauma Coercive Bonding in the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children.

  title={A Concept Analysis of Trauma Coercive Bonding in the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children.},
  author={Rosario V Sanchez and Patricia M. Speck and Patricia A. Patrician},
  journal={Journal of pediatric nursing},

Trauma Bonding Perspectives From Service Providers and Survivors of Sex Trafficking: A Scoping Review

The need for practitioners and law enforcement and criminal justice professionals to address trauma bonding in both trafficking and posttrafficking situations is revealed, and potential targets for urgently needed interventions that promote the replacement of trauma bonds with healthy attachments are identified.

Medical Perspectives on Human Trafficking in Adolescent Sex Trafficking: A Review

Commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC) refers to sex trafficking of minors under the age of 18 and involves engagement in any sexual act in exchange for anything of value, irrespective of

Evaluation of Services for the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children and Youth: A Scoping Review.

Commercial sexual exploitation (CSE) of youth is a public health issue with multiple negative consequences. Despite the complexities and comprehensiveness of service needs for youth experiencing CSE,

Trauma-Informed Care in Nursing Practice

Trauma is a pervasive human experience, yet trauma-informed care (TIC) is a skill that is underutilized in health care organizations. Traumatic events are those associated with actual or threatened

Recognizing the Risk Factors, Signs, and Symptoms of Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking in Mental Health Clinical Practice.

An overview of the definitions of sex trafficking, and the risk factors, prevalence, and health consequences of DMST is offered.

Child Labor Trafficking Essentials for Forensic Nurses.

  • G. Hornor
  • Medicine
    Journal of forensic nursing
  • 2020
In this article child labor trafficking is discussed in terms of definition, epidemiology, history, risk factors, consequences, identification, and implications for practice.

CE: Trauma-Informed Care in Nursing Practice.

Trauma-informed care is a skill underutilized by health care providers and organizations, yet nurse ethics and respect for human rights require us to care for all patients equally without judgment, including those living with the stress of complex trauma.

A Scoping Review of Resilience in Survivors of Human Trafficking

Future research needs to establish definitions and measures of resilience that are culturally and contextually relevant to survivors and build knowledge necessary for designing and evaluating resilience-enhancing interventions.

Advocacy Learning by Doing: Human Trafficking Course for Graduate Clinical Psychology Students

ABSTRACT The scientist-practitioner-advocate model encourages informed engagement with social justice issues. Human trafficking stands out as such an issue, where psychological science and practice



Trauma-coerced Bonding and Victims of Sex Trafficking: Where dowe go from here?

Although well documented across multiple abusive contexts, trauma bonding (here referred to as trauma-coerced bonding or trauma-coerced attachment) has yet to be systematically studied within the

The Trauma of Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Youth

This study provides useful insight into the symptom and service utilization profiles of youth exploited in commercial sex as compared with youth with other types of sexually exploitive experiences.

The psychological experience of child and adolescent sex trafficking in the United States: Trauma and resilience in survivors.

To date, little empirical data exists examining the psychological experience of survivors of child sex trafficking in the form of prostitution, nor does current scientific data suggest how American

Polyvictimization and Developmental Trauma Adaptations in Sex Trafficked Youth

Human trafficking in children is often part of a larger constellation of childhood adversity. Many trafficked youth have been exposed to multiple layers of traumatic stress, including physical,

Diverting Victims of Commercial Sexual Exploitation From Juvenile Detention

Using a three-tiered, trauma-informed screening process, a 3½-month pilot intervention was implemented in Clark County Juvenile Court to identify victims of commercial sexual exploitation of children in an effort to connect them to community youth advocates and sexual assault resources.

Psychological Coercion in Human Trafficking

This study examined coercive conditions experienced by trafficked persons in the context of Biderman’s theory of coercion. We conducted semi-structured interviews with 12 adult women trafficked into

Emotional Attachments in Abusive Relationships: A Test of Traumatic Bonding Theory

The study found support for the effect of relationship dynamic factors such as extremity of intermittent maltreatment and power differentials on long-term felt attachment for a former partner, experienced trauma symptoms, and self-esteem, immediately after separation from an abusive partner and again after a six month interim.

Commercial sexual exploitation and sex trafficking of children in the United States.

  • V. Greenbaum
  • Medicine
    Current problems in pediatric and adolescent health care
  • 2014

Exploited Vulnerability: Legal and Psychological Perspectives on Child Sex Trafficking Victims

Abstract While the Trafficking Victims Protection Act (TVPA) of 2000 and subsequent reauthorizations defined all minors under the age of 18 involved in commercial sex acts as victims, state and local