Human Trafficking Part 2
Nancy M. Sidun, Psy.D., ABPP, ATR is both a Clinical Psychologist and Registered Art Therapist who works and lives in Honolulu, Hawaii. Dr. Sidun has had a rich professional career split between academics and providing direct clinical service. She has been actively involved within the American Psychological Association (APA) where she currently serves as the Chair of the APA’s Committee on International Relations in Psychology. She is the Past Chair of APA’s Committee on Women, Past Chair of APA Division 52's International Committee for Women, Past Hawaii Psychological Association’s (HPA) Council Representative to APA Council and has served on multiple other committees and task forces within APA. Dr. Sidun has been a leader in her local psychological association, the Hawaii Psychological Association (HPA). She served as the 2014 president, was treasurer, and has been on countless committees within HPA. Currently she is the treasurer for the International Council of Psychologists. Dr. Sidun has a long involvement and interest in women’s issues, particularly international women’s issues. Her most recent center of attention is on human trafficking. She has presented locally, nationally, and internationally as well as published extensively on this issue. She was the Chair of the APA’s Division 52, International Psychology, Task Force on Human and Trafficking and most recently Co-Chaired APA’s system-wide Task Force on Trafficking of Women and Girls. She has presented and published widely on this topic. Later this month, her book that she co-edited, A Feminist Perspective on Human Trafficking of Women and Girls: Characteristic, Commonalities and Complexities will be released. In this episode of Shrink Rap, Dr. Sidun joins Steve Katz to discuss the difficult trafficking of human trafficking.