Season 2 : Episode 2 

The Impact of Childhood Trauma Pt. 1 

In recognition of April being National Child Abuse Prevention Month, I am excited to bring you a two-part series on The Impact of Childhood Trauma. My very special guest for this series is Ms. Bianca Salazar, a social worker and champion for child Traumatology awareness, who shares her personal experience of childhood neglect and how it has influenced her work advocating for children's rights.


Bianca Salazar is a social work gladiator, an advocate for children's rights, and a champion for child traumatology awareness. She is a native of the MS Gulf Coast with approximately ten years of experience working with children and families throughout Mississippi in the Mental Health and Social Work fields, specifically abused and neglected children. Bianca currently works as an Adoption Permanency Specialist and previously worked in various settings, including but not limited to her local Child Protection Services (CPS) agency as a front-line Family Protection Specialist, domestic violence shelter as the Children Services Manager, and intensive community mental health organizations as a wraparound facilitator and primary service coordinator. She will complete her Master of Social Work degree this spring and plans to advance her efforts in protecting and advocating for the safety and wellness of children through macro-level interventions and policy.

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