Casandra Black from San Bernardino Sexual Assault Services (SBSAS) will give this presentation, which depicts various rape experiences, child sexual abuse, sexual exploitation and sex trafficking. Content includes identifying rape trauma phases, behavioral indicators of child rape victimization and ways to break down barriers of communication. This presentation intends to enhance awareness and sensitivity of compounding trauma, acknowledge challenges and propose some effective counseling techniques and support to assist those that have been victimized to gain trust, attain a sense of balance and self-worth; possibly attributing to the survivor feeling stronger and more resilient. This is an introductory presentation inclusive of input and real stories from children traumatized by rape. This event satisfies the mandatory yearly End Sexual Violence Training requirement--bring your Coyote ID.