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2018 ACES Conference- Historical Trauma: The Symphony of Traditional Medicine and Western Medicine to Heal ACES and Historical Trauma

Iya Affo ·
We are RESILIENT! Once we learn to regulate an overactive stress response, ACES survivors are well experienced to work under stress, make sound decisions and overcome ANY and ALL obstacles. WE LOVE UNCONDITIONALLY!! We must learn to mitigate the harm and leverage our strengths! During the 2018 ACES Conference in San Francisco, I had the incredible opportunity to present my work on Historical Trauma. In our journey to healing Historical Trauma and ACES, we must use a Relational Approach...
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ACEs In Uniform : The Intersection of ACEs, Military and Civilian Life

Morgan Vien ·
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ACEs Science: Healing Communities through Connections

Morgan Vien ·
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ACEs Science in Education: The Next Big Challenge is Systems Change

Morgan Vien ·
https://www.aces2018.org/program/
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ACEs teach us why racism is a health equity Issue: Dr. Flojaune Cofer (Part One)

Christine Cissy White ·
Dr. Flojaune Cofer and Ben Duncan , each from public health backgrounds that focus on health disparities, addressed ACEs in the context of health equity for their panel entitled ACEs, Race, and Health Equity: Understanding and Addressing the Role of Race and Racism in ACEs Exposure and Healing . Cofer and Duncan co-presented to a standing-room-only audience on day one of the 2018 ACEs Conference: Action to Access co-hosted by ACEs Connection and the Center for Youth Wellness in San Francisco...
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Advancing Trauma-Informed Public Policy through Effective Advocacy

Morgan Vien ·
https://www.aces2018.org/program/
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Advancing Trauma Informed Public Policy through Effective Advocacy (Elizabeth Prewitt)

Christine Cissy White ·
These slides were compiled by the ACEs Connection policy analyst, Elizabeth Prewitt, who shared them at the ACEs 2018 National Conference. The slides are attached below and also in the Resources for Download.
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Case Study-Trauma Informed Care for Children & Families Act (Jeff Hild)

Christine Cissy White ·
These slides were presented at the 2018 ACEs Conference in San Francisco at the session on Trauma-Informed Public Policy through Effective Advocacy. The slides are attached below and also in the Resources for Download.
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Changing Hearts, Changing Minds: The Power of Storytelling to Address ACEs

Morgan Vien ·
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De-Siloing — and Getting to the Roots of — Addiction, Suicide and Self-Harm

Morgan Vien ·
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Elaine Miller-Karas Helps Bring the Dalai Lama's Vision to Light

Lindsay Vos ·
Elaine Miller-Karas, executive director and co-founder of the Trauma Resource Institute, has been invited to attend the launch in New Delhi, India, of a special program initiated by His Holiness the Dalai Lama. Miller-Karas is one of the key developers of the Trauma Resiliency Model® (TRM) and the Community Resiliency Model® (CRM) – biological-based models designed to help people recover from toxic stress. Miller-Karas has shepherded the Trauma Resource Institute since its birth in 2006 into...
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#EnoughIsEnough - ACEs as the Root and Result of Gun Violence

Morgan Vien ·
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Grassroots Resilience: Rural Communities Tackle ACEs

Morgan Vien ·
https://www.aces2018.org/program/
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Handouts for Parents and Communities

Morgan Vien ·
This is a collection of handouts for parents and communities. If you know of any other handouts you think should be added to the list, please leave the information in the comments section. ACEs Infographic - Emerging Minds, National Workforce Centre for Child Mental Health, 2020 This handout created by Emerging Minds and Australian National University covers ACEs: prevalence, trauma and adversity, types of trauma, and ways to support children's resilience. Please find the handout in the...
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How Cities, Counties and States are Integrating ACEs Science

Morgan Vien ·
https://www.aces2018.org/program/
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Investing In And Sustaining Trauma-Informed Health Care

Morgan Vien ·
https://www.aces2018.org/program/
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#KindJustice

Morgan Vien ·
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More Resources from Elaine Miller-Karas from the Trauma Resource Institute

Alicia Doktor ·
For more information and resources from Elaine, go to https://www.thetraumatherapistproject.com/podcast/elaine-miller-karas-lcsw/
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Parent Handouts: Understanding ACEs, Parenting to Prevent & Heal ACEs (English, Dari, and Spanish)

Morgan Vien ·
Please contact @Cissy White (ACEs Connection Staff) if there are questions regarding these parent handouts. These two flyers ( Understanding ACEs and Parenting to Prevent & Heal ACEs ) can be downloaded, distributed, and used freely. One is brand new and the other is a revision. Both flyers were made with generous support from Family Hui, a Program of Lead for Tomorrow who has also translated both so that they are available in Dari and Spanish as well as English. Understanding ACEs This...
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Passing the Torch: Increasing Access to Support the Whole Child From Birth to Five

Morgan Vien ·
https://www.aces2018.org/program/
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Power With: We’re All In This Together

Morgan Vien ·
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Racial Equity in Multnomah County: Ben Duncan (Part Two)

Christine Cissy White ·
This is the second post in our two-part series about the session led by Dr. Flojaune Cofer and Ben Duncan, each from a public health background with a focus on health disparities. They addressed ACEs in the context of health equity at their panel entitled ACEs, Race, and Health Equity: Understanding and Addressing the Role of Race and Racism in ACEs Exposure and Healing. The panel occurred at the 2018 ACEs Conference: Action to Access co-hosted by ACEs Connection and the Center for Youth...
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Organizations (ACEs-Informed)

Morgan Vien ·
These organizations are working diligently in the field. If you know of others you think should be added to this list, please leave your suggestion in the comments section. Academic Institutions & Centers The Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University Description : The Center on the Developing Child’s activities align around building a research and development platform for science-based innovation and transforming the policy and practice landscape that supports change. The...
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Resilience Surveys

Morgan Vien ·
The brain is continually changing in response to the environment. If the toxic stress stops and is replaced by practices that build resilience, the brain can slowly undo many of the stress-induced changes. The surveys and scales listed here are tools you can use to measure resilience. The list is organized in alphabetical order by survey/scale name.
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Spanish-Language ACEs Science Resources

Morgan Vien ·
Looking for Spanish-language handouts or information for presentations? Find Spanish-language resources here. This resource list is organized in alphabetical order.
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Topic: Education

Morgan Vien ·
The links in this blog will redirect you to the resource lists on our ACEs in Education page. Please join the ACEs in Education group if you are interested in learning more.
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Policy & Legislation

Morgan Vien ·
Use this blog to access policy development tools and read examples of existing trauma-informed policy. Examples of existing policy are arranged by state.
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Training (for individuals, organizations, communities)

Morgan Vien ·
Find in-person organizational training and online training opportunities listed here in alphabetical order.
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Resources from the 2018 Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) Conference

In October, I attended the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) Conference in San Francisco. It was really inspiring. Below please find share some of the books, videos, and resources that I learned about. All the best, Natalie BOOKS 1) The Deepest Well: Healing the Long-Term Effects of Childhood Adversity by Nadine Burke Harris, MD https://centerforyouthwellness.org/the-deepest-well/ 2) The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma by Bessel van der Kolk, MD...
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Sonoma County Field Nursing was highlighted during 2018 ACEs Conference Project Showcase

Remy Fuentes ·
On October 15-17, the Center for Youth Wellness in collaboration with the ACEs Connection presented the 2018 ACEs Conference and Pediatric Symposium. The theme this year was, “Action to Access,” and communities from around the United States shared current research, programs, tools, and initiatives that use ACEs science to address childhood adversity and its impact. The Sonoma County Field Nursing team was selected to showcase their work to address ACEs with caregivers during home visits.
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There is a better way: How we are transforming child welfare practice to be ACEs-informed

Morgan Vien ·
https://www.aces2018.org/program/
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Trauma-Informed or Nah???: Empowering Youth to Own Their Healing

Morgan Vien ·
https://www.aces2018.org/program/
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Trauma Informed Organizations: Lessons and Resources from the Field

Morgan Vien ·
https://www.aces2018.org/program/
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Re: Policy & Legislation

Robert Olcott ·
Might we add, or at least note, the nine US and one Canadian initiatives noted in the "Community Resilience Cookbook" ? I thought the reference to the rural Maine Schoolbus Driver who doesn't start the bus, until he's made eye contact with every pupil on his bus, was noteworthy. Lest I forget, while it wasn't listed in the Community Resilience Cookbook, the national SPSCOT (State Personnel Systems Coalition On Trauma)..[national] network started by Maine Trauma advocate Ann Jennings.
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Re: PACEs Science and Racism

Julie Bennette ·
Great resource! So appreciative for this work! I'm wondering if I can do this here but, I am currently looking for data that may support a reasonable accommodation for my son who is African American with PTSD and Attachment issues. Lots of trauma. The reasonable accommodation I am specifically seeking is against the dress code in his school district. He currently has little tools to help him deal with his emotions and sometimes needs to wear his hood from his hoodie to "turtle" when he is...
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Re: PACEs Science and Racism

Vic Compher ·
Hello Morgan Vien, Thanks so much for this important material which I will appreciate getting into. Here in Philadelphia our City Council will be holding public hearings to learn about the secondary trauma of staff who work with traumatized clients—and to explore the importance of staff resiliency programs. We hope to develop legislation to support such programming and thereby nurture trauma informed care (TIC) in our city. Appreciatively, Vic Compher, Director of CAREgivers Film...
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Re: Organizations (ACEs-Informed)

Nicholas Cota ·
Gundersen National Child Protection Training Center specifically has a training, From Trauma to Resilience, that they will bring to organizations. http://www.gundersenhealth.org/ncptc/ Gundersen National Child Protection Training Center (Gundersen NCPTC) and its programs, Jacob Wetterling Resource Center (JWRC) and Center for Effective Discipline (CED), work to end all forms of child maltreatment through education, training and prevention, while advocating for and serving children, adult...
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Re: Organizations (ACEs-Informed)

Louise Godbold ·
Not to toot our own horn too much, but Echo has been working in this field for some time, providing trauma-informed, nonviolent parenting classes and in the last year expanding our professional development work that we used to only do by contract into public trainings (with CEUs available). Check out our website: www.echoparenting.org
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Re: PACEs Science Research

Jessica Lyons ·
Hi Morgan: Might I suggest a prevention resources section added? Also, I have two resources to share. I'd like to add a one-pager to the state/national resources section to this list: Adverse Childhood Experiences: Primary Prevention, 2019 The Association for State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO) highlights examples of evidence-based primary prevention strategies, including strengthening economic supports for families, and providing quality education and enrichment early in life.
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Re: PACEs Science Research

Morgan Vien ·
Thank you for your suggestions, Jessica! We've added both resources into the list.
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Re: Spanish-Language ACEs Science Resources

Sarah Bergman Lewis ·
I am so grateful for this post! I am a pediatrician going to volunteer at the Texas border in September and have been working on a one-page information sheet on trauma in children for the organization I will be working with. I have had a hard time finding things written in basic spanish so the above list is invaluable. Thank you for compiling!
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Re: Spanish-Language ACEs Science Resources

Hi Sarah, Thanks for writing. I am a staff reporter at ACEs Connection and I would be interested in reaching out to you about your experiences at the border when you go. I know that the saga of what's happening to children and families at the border has receded from headlines, and we need to make sure that the story is told while it continues. Please feel free to reach out to me offline at: ludesky@acesconnection.com
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Re: Parent Handouts: Understanding ACEs, Parenting to Prevent & Heal ACEs (English, Dari, and Spanish)

Katherine Hughes ·
Hi, Is there a way to add our pamphlet to this parent resource list? It was written with the help of the Boston University Schools of Public Health and Social Work, the Parent/Professional Advocacy League, the Child Trauma Training Center at UMass Medical School and two parent focus groups. We are working on the Spanish version. Thank you.
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Re: PACEs Science Books

Karen Gillooly ·
The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind and Body in the Healing of Trauma by Bessel Van Der Kolk, M.D.
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Re: Trauma-Informed Guides, Presentations, & Self-Assessment Tools

Allen K. Nishikawa ·
Here are some additional resources you might want to list. Standards of Practice for Trauma-Informed Care - Trauma Informed Oregon – Useful checklist for an initial self-assessment of the state of organizational trauma-informed readiness. http://traumainformedoregon.or...ma-Informed-Care.pdf Human Resources - Practices to Support Trauma Informed Care in Your Organization - Trauma Informed Oregon – Practical review of ways in which human resource programs should begin to consider...
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Re: Training (for individuals, organizations, communities)

Nicholas Cota ·
From Trauma to Resilience: Fostering Hope Through Trauma-Informed Care This training from Gundersen National Child Protection Training Center is designed to help you develop the unique skill-set needed to support individuals who have experienced adverse childhood experiences and traumatic events. What participants told us they learned: TIC is a philosophical shift and not a diagnosis for PTSD ACEs are prevalent across all economic levels Trauma manifests into different behaviors than...
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Re: Training (for individuals, organizations, communities)

Brad Kammer ·
NeuroAffective Relational Model: NARM Practitioner Training The NeuroAffective Relational Model ( NARM ) is an advanced clinical training for mental health and somatic practitioners who work with complex trauma in adults and couples. Based on the book Healing Developmental Trauma , NARM is an exciting new clinical approach based on the ACEs Study and other neurobiologically-based literature on trauma. NARM is a cutting-edge model for addressing attachment, relational and develomental trauma...
 
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