The #metoo movement brought the problems of sexual harassment and assault to the eyes of the world like never before. These problems aren't new, and they aren't about to go away. Local centers like SAFE in Austin are changing what the aftermath of sexual assault looks like. These advocacy leaders have been caring for survivors for decades, developing survivor-centered programs and providing trauma-informed care to communities impacted by sexual violence. This discussion will focus on what we're learning through research and innovation, about avoiding burnout, maintaining healthy boundaries, and managing secondary trauma. Come hear national and local voices share insights about the impact of radical empathy in trauma-informed care.
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