With between 800,000 and 4 million individuals sold for sex or labor every year, modern-day slavery (human trafficking) is the world’s second largest criminal industry in the world, and the fastest growing. Jared S. Rose, M.A., LPC/CR, NCC, provides an overview of this social justice problem, its impact on victims, and the necessary supports to assist individuals in their movement toward being survivors and thrivers. He discusses the warning signs, screening methods, and counseling approaches and interventions that are appropriate with this population and provides counseling resources for this population. Participants will learn how counselors can be social justice advocates against the trafficking of people. Mr. Rose’s areas of expertise include HIV/AIDS, human trafficking, sex/sexuality/gender minorities, sexual health, and the impact of culture on sexualization of children and the sexual exploitation of women/girls.