The Adverse Childhood Experiences Study not only sheds light on the effects of childhood adversity, but it also raises questions about the framework of healing in healthcare. In the first of a two-part webinar series, participants will learn how trauma and toxic stress can heal through an ecological framework of health that includes each individual as part of an organizational system. Integrative psychiatrist Omid Naim, MD, founder of La Maida Project, will discuss how to self-regulate through the latest brain research, how our wisdom traditions of storytelling support health in community, and how shared values can unite us and create a culture that heals, in any organization.
Register by May 18, 2021 by clicking the link below:
La Maida Project is proud to be a part of the ACEs Aware Initiative, funded and led by the Office of the California Surgeon General and the Department of Health Care Services to improve the health and well-being in communities across the state. Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and toxic stress represent a public health crisis that has been, until recently, largely unrecognized by our health care system and society. La Maida Project’s Provider Engagement webinars are designed to share our experiences and promote best practices in understanding, responding to, and integrating ACEs at the organizational level.