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Trauma Doesn't Have to be a Life Sentence: The Neuroscience of Resilience

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A landmark research project in the mid 90s is now coming to light. It's called the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) study. There are 10 categories of childhood maltreatment. There are two types of neglect, three types of abuse, and family types of family turmoil. ACEs have lasting emotional and health consequences for children that continue to manifest into adulthood. The Relationship Foundation introduces the Trauma-Informed and Trauma-Responsive Education approach to schools and organizations. Our Guidebook and Curriculum, Healthy Relationships 101 provides essential elements of resilience building. Background on childhood adversity and the application of the lifeskill Nonviolent Communication has shown to make a significant difference, especially when mitigating behavioral issues. Besides benefitting a school's culture, these skills and knowledge can be applied to home life and the workplace.

A Trauma-Informed school/workplace fosters an atmosphere of emotional and physical safety that can alleviate the effects of ACEs.

Learn about:

  • The Neuroscience of Trauma
  • Trauma Responsive Practices
  • Impact of the ACEs on Children and Adults
  • Creating Trauma-Sensitive Classrooms & Workplaces
  • Alleviating the Effects of the ACEs

When something happens in our outer world that has a strong emotional charge, the brain takes a snapshot of it, which is called a memory. Certain memories are activated under stress that have us revert to early childhood behaviors. Learning about one’s ACEs helps to put such instances into perspective so we can respond in a more measured way. Knowing about one's ACEs provides a perspective, in some cases an awakening, that builds our compassion for children and ourselves. Knowledge of the ACEs opens a door to establishing effective approaches to mental health.

"In my 20 years of teaching, I've never found anything as profound as this work."

- New York City Teacher

Add on to your ticket and purchase our curriculum and guidebook, Healthy Relationships 101 for a 50% discount when you email us directly at info@trf.net.

The Relationship Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit, so please consider making a tax deductible donation. Every donation supports our work in schools and social service organizations.

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