Adverse Childhood Experience – ACEs
In the mid-1990s Kaiser Permanente and the Centre for Disease Control in America undertook an enormous piece of research which linked Adverse Childhood Experiences with future health outcomes. This half-day online workshop will discuss the research, look at the impact of ACEs, learn how we can become more ACEs sensitive and respond to children’s behaviour in a trauma-informed way. This workshop drawers upon the work of Bessel Va Der Kolk, Bruce Perry and Dan Siegel.
- Increased knowledge of ACEs and their long term health impact;
- Increased knowledge of the neuroscience of trauma, and
- Increased capacity to help support clients who have experienced ACEs and trauma.
REGISTER NOW! PLACES ARE STRICTLY LIMITED TO ENSURE THAT YOU EXPERIENCE A HIGH LEVEL OF ENGAGEMENT AND INTERACTIVITY.
Who should attend this workshop?
TEI funded and all other community services
Angharad Candlin is a Registered Psychologist, Board Authorised Supervisor and Adjunct Fellow with Macquarie University’s Department of Psychology. She has been practising for nearly 30 years and has always worked with children, adolescents and parents. Angharad has a long history working in the field of adoption and parent education. She is the lead author of two, internationally recognised parenting programs; Keeping Kids in Mind and My Kids and Me. My Kids and Me also achieved Gold Standard Accreditation with the Institute of Group Leaders and won the CSSA Award for Most Innovative New Program in 2014. Angharad regularly facilitates a number of parenting courses as well as supporting parents individually. She also trains, supervises and mentors practitioners in a number of areas including parent coaching, working with trauma and group facilitation skills. She regularly speaks at conferences and parenting events and is called on for comment by the media regarding parenting issues.
To participate in this event you must have access to a PC with video capabilities and a reliable internet connection.
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