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Dr. Gold, http://www.acesconnection.com/blog/dr-claudia-gold-empathy-and-listening-as-ace-informed-practice, Christine Cissy White

Claudia Gold: Empathy & Listening as ACE-Informed Practice

Dr. Claudia Gold: Empathy & Listening as ACE-Informed Practice, Christine Cissy White, http://www.acesconnection.com/blog/dr-claudia-gold-empathy-and-listening-as-ace-informed-practice

Claudia Gold: Empathy & Listening as ACE-Informed Practice

PTSD in Love

PTSD in Love - Heal Write Now for Trauma Survivors & Adults Abused as Children

Talking Tough Topics with Kids: Chat Event In Parenting with ACEs Group on May 9th

Talking Tough Topics with Kids: Chat Event In Parenting with ACEs Group on May

Won’t it depress people? Isn’t it triggering? Aren’t the topics troubling? Won’t it make people sad or upset? Fear is what I often fight when talking about ACEs — adve…

How facing ACEs makes us happier, healthier and more hopeful

How Magic Hugs & Author Donna Jackson Nakazawa Make ACEs Science Useful to Parents  http://www.acesconnection.com/blog/magic-hugs-and-how-researcher-donna-jackson-nakazawa-make-aces-science-useful-to-parents-1  #ACEs #ACEsTooHigh

How Magic Hugs & Author Donna Jackson Nakazawa Make ACEs Science Useful to Parents

Rains cites the work of Drs. Jack P. Shonkoff and Andrew S. Garner, two pediatricians who defined toxic stress as “the third and most dangerous form of stress response,” in an article entitled, The Lifelong Effects of Early Childhood Adversity and Toxic Stress, published in the journal Pediatrics in 2012. https://acestoohigh.com/2017/02/05/__trashed-4/

Putting resilience and resilience surveys under the microscope

ACEs  & Resilience, https://acestoohigh.com/2017/02/05/__trashed-4/

The Adverse Childhood Experiences Study. Linking childhood trauma to long-term health and social consequences. Addiction and disease.

"It's a crucial strength that we can build on!” in children or adults." https://acestoohigh.com/2017/02/05/__trashed-4/

Zabie Interview Excerpts - Heal Write Now for Trauma Survivors & Adults Abused as Children

“A child might have temperamental resilience – just an easygoing optimism, determination, etc. – that is quite protective against adversity,” says Dr. Katie Rosanbalm, a research scholar at the Center for Child and Family Policy at Duke University. https://acestoohigh.com/2017/02/05/__trashed-4/

Putting resilience and resilience surveys under the microscope

ACEs “Resilience is a message of hope,” says Debbie Alleyne, a child welfare specialist at the Center for Resilient Children at Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health, located in Villanova, PA.https://acestoohigh.com/2017/02/05/__trashed-4/“

Putting resilience and resilience surveys under the microscope