ACEs – Adverse Childhood Experiences

Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) are defined as situations that lead to an elevated risk of children and young people experiencing damaging impacts on their health and other social outcomes across the life course.

  • Identifying and responding effectively to Traumatic Bereavement

    Identifying and responding effectively to Traumatic Bereavement

    This free session is the fifth of ACAMH’s ACEs Special Interest Group Monthly seminars, which is open to all. In this session we welcome  David Trickey, UK Trauma Council Co-Director and Consultant Clinical Psychologist, to discuss ‘Identifying and responding effectively to Traumatic Bereavement’.

    Event type
    ACEs SIG Monthly seminars
    Location
    LIVE STREAM
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  • Mindful Emotion Coaching

    Mindful Emotion Coaching

    This free session is the fourth of ACAMH’s ACEs Special Interest Group Monthly seminars, which is open to all. Dr. Sarah Temple draws on her experience as a GP to share a neurodiversity inclusive, trauma-informed approach to wellness.

    Event type
    ACEs SIG Monthly seminars
    Location
    LIVE STREAM
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  • Looked after child getting a hug

    Trauma & Looked After Children

    The Association for Child and Adolescent Mental Health((ACAMH) in Collaboration with Child and Family Training (C&FT) and Improved Futures (IF) present a series of Briefing Seminars on ‘Dealing with distress, restoring well-being, and promoting resilience of Looked After Children and young people who have suffered extensive trauma’.

    Event type
    4 x 2 hour webinars
    Location
    LIVE STREAM
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  • Portrait of a poor little thailand girl lost in deep thoughts, poverty, Poor children, War refugees

    Adverse Childhood Experiences for schools – a MindEd e-learning Training (recording)

    This free session was the second of ACAMH’s Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) Special Interest Group Monthly seminars. In this session we discussed ‘Adverse Childhood Experiences for schools – a MindEd e-learning Training’.

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