During the investigation process, survivor-centered, trauma-informed techniques are used to keep investigation participants empowered and safe—physically, emotionally, and economically. Arising from sexual abuse and domestic violence contexts, these techniques are now being recognized for their usefulness and success in more traditional corporate settings.

Join Perkins Coie white collar investigation partner, Caryn Trombino, as she provides an overview of survivor-centered, trauma-informed techniques and how they can be a powerful tool in white collar investigations.

Listen to “Will Survivor-Centered, Trauma-Informed Techniques Revolutionize Workplace Investigations? – Episode 4” on Spreaker.