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What Do PACEs Have to Do With DV? Everything. [domesticshelters.org]

 

By DomesticShelters.org, April 2021

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Integrate the science of positive and adverse childhood experiences (PACEs) in everything. This webinar will address how the science of PACEs is being integrated into the family court system, domestic violence shelters, batterer intervention courses and community PACEs initiatives.

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Hi Jane,

I attended your mostrecent PACEs Connection talk on DV (see below). I was told in the chat that we wouldreceive your ZOOM recording, the transcript, and slides. I've not receivedthem. I just thought you did such a terrific job that everyone in ourorganization and the circles we connect with should get the message straightfrom you. Is it possible to ask again for these materials, please? We will besending our newsletter soon and would love to provide the Zoom link and slidesto everyone who cares in our contacts.

Also, AA (AlcoholicsAnonymous) is searching for a Class A (non-alcoholic) Trustee for their Boardof Directors. I'd like to nominate you, Dr. Burke Harris, or someone like youtwo to this service position. AA is not trauma-informed and they treat traumasurvivors with some of the worst suggestions imaginable for their wounds. Ibelieve when AA becomes trauma-informed, so will the more than 35 other 12-stepprograms serving millions and millions of addicts of all kinds around the world.

Here're the basics aboutthe job:  Opening for Class A (nonalcoholic) Trustees β€’ Class A trusteesare chosen from a variety of professional backgrounds, including accounting,clergy, corrections, education, finance, health care, law, medicine, military,psychology, social work, and science. I β€’ Please submit your candidate’sbusiness or professional rΓ©sumΓ© to nominating@aa.org byJuly 23rd, 2021.

Interested? Know someone?HELP! I am currently trying to get my AA district to advance the idea of abrochure on the topic of trauma and the alcoholic without much success, ratherwith significant push back from leadership, mostly male. AA Board members canrecommend and publish brochures and other AA literature at their discretion.Please help those of us with high ACE scores and long-term sobriety carry thePACEs message! I believe there would be no greater force in the world to carrythe PACEs movement forward than AA.

Finally, can I call oremail you directly about this and a conference we are producing on ACEs inOklahoma, my home state, please?

Thanks!

Sincerely,

Heidi

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By DomesticShelters.org, April 2021

About the Event

Integrate the science of positive and adverse childhood experiences (PACEs) in everything. This webinar will address how the science of PACEs is being integrated into the family court system, domestic violence shelters, batterer intervention courses and community PACEs initiatives.

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469-619-0538
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