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4th Annual ACEs Forum Celebrates 10th Anniversary of Arizona ACE Consortium

Marcia Stanton ·
Community leaders and members of the Arizona ACE Consortium, along with City of Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton and First Lady Nicole Stanton, came together on October 3rd to hear leading voices in the ACEs movement - Vincent Felitti, MD and Nadine Burke Harris, MD - discuss the impact of ACEs and toxic stress, and explore what's needed to promote resilience in individuals and communities. Local experts addressing the opioid epidemic also highlighted the connection between ACEs and addiction.
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We Want YOU to be Part of The League of Extraordinary People

McKinley McPheeters ·
You are extraordinary. Writing this post feels like I have come full circle. In April of 2019, Alfred White reached out to me on ACEs Connection. Shortly after, we spoke at length about the plans he had to create a place of healing and hope in Federal Way and King County, Washington, specifically for individuals with a history of trauma and who were now impacted with symptoms such as addiction and homelessness. I recall sharing with Alfred that there was such a need for this in that...
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Wisconsin state agencies end year one of trauma-informed learning community; goal is to be first trauma-informed state

Jane Stevens ·
Here in California, many people think that it’s only liberal Democrats who have a corner on championing the science of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and putting it into practice. That might be because people who use ACEs science don’t expel or suspend students, even if they’re throwing chairs and hurling expletives at the teacher. They ask "What happened to you?" rather than "What's wrong with you?" as a frame when they create juvenile detention centers where kids don’t fight, reduce...
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The Mind-Body Connection: An Integrated Approach to Trauma

Mollie M Gardner ·
FREE On-Demand Webinar You will need to register to access the webinar. Leah Owen, MC, LAC and Robert Rhoton Psy D., LPC, D.A.A.E.T.S. discuss an integrative approach to trauma treatment. They explore complementary modalities (nutrition, lifestyle, movement, breath-work, mindfulness, etc.) to improve treatment outcomes. Leah discusses how she supports clients transition to more supportive nutrition and lifestyle choices. Leah shares resources and exercises you can start using right away to...
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Freedom From Trauma – Powerful & Profound Practices To Heal Trauma & Consciously Create The Body, Mind, Spirit You Truly Desire

McKinley McPheeters ·
We are living in complicated and stressful times. What needs to be healed seems more palpable than ever. It feels like the call to release what no longer serves has never been louder and we are feeling that tug at our core. While the founder of The League of Extraordinary People, Alfred White, has been gaining more clarity everyday on this, he was invited to be part of an event, more like a movement, to help others find freedom from what has been holding them back. It is a free, online...
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FREE WEBINAR: The Impact of Mind Matters: Preliminary Evidence of Effectiveness in a Community-Based Sample

Esther Barton ·
Becky Antle, Ph.D., Professor of Social Work and esteemed University Scholar at the University of Louisville, won The Dibble Institute’s national competition to evaluate Mind Matters: Overcoming Adversity and Building Resilience in 2019. As a result, Dr. Antle and her colleagues have conducted a randomized controlled trial to examine the impact of Mind Matters on a host of outcomes related to trauma symptoms, emotional regulation, coping and resiliency, and interpersonal skills for at-risk...
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Resilience Showcase 2022

Rick Griffin ·
Join us for CRI's 7th Annual Conference ! This year's conference will feature practitioners from around the country representing a variety of community sectors. They will share innovative strategies that will expand your toolbox and spark your creativity to develop your own unique resilience strategies. The conference agenda includes: Keynote Presentations Keynote presentations are led by expert thought leaders and practitioners. Their stories will inspire you to think outside the box and...
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A New Year

Dr. Michelle Ned ·
As the new year approaches, many individuals are beginning to make resolutions. Rather it be for improved health, weight loss goals, or simply to become better at a specific task or career goal. As you make way for your new year’s resolution, we want to make certain that you are making goals achievable, specifically foe you. Here are a few resolutions that can help you get started on your journey toward success. 1. Make a resolution to remain physically healthy and active. This is not to say...
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