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Who Is This Course For?

The Cool Aunt Series is for ALL teens ages 13+ and for preteens who can be considered "high risk" due to high social media app usage, past traumatic experiences, running or school truancy behavior, environmental influences or a host of other factors.

What's Included

Overview

  • 12 Videos

    Engaging Video Produced Instructor Led Episodes

  • Certification

    25 Question Completion Quiz + Certification

  • Compliance

    Meets National Requirements for Sex Trafficking Awareness

Meet Auntie Rachel

Rachel Thomas, Series Creator

Before I started training professionals to combat human trafficking 8 years ago, I was a high school English teacher. Even now, after having trained over 100,000 professionals from around the world, my first love of teaching and mentoring teens still has my heart. And, honestly, that same heart is weary of hearing numerous stories of trafficked youth... mostly full of the same risk factors and red flags. My story included.

Since earning my Masters in Education from UCLA (Go Bruins!), I have written several award winning curricula and witnessed the power of heartfelt, quality education to shift perspectives and change lives. I am confident that The Cool Aunt Series will have that impact.

To learn more about me, please read my full bio or friend me on social media!
Rachel Thomas

Testimonials

Phenomenal

by Harmony Dust Grillo, Founder of Treasures LA

“I’m blown away. It felt so real, like something straight out of my life. STREAMS is phenomenal. I sincerely believe that every child in America who is 15 or older should see this. It’s so incredible.”

Every School. Every Teen.

Janice Hollins, Owner of Mamacinch, Mother of 4

“This needs to be in every school for every single teen.”

Informative & Easy to Relate To

Kayla Stern, HS Senior & International Model

. Rachel’s vulnerability throughout the videos stood out to me the most because she shares the manipulation she experienced and by doing so, this will allow others to feel more comfortable with sharing their own experiences. It teaches girls to not blame themselves or be ashamed because of the abuse they experienced, but how to overcome those experiences and become stronger.