ACE Response Webinar Series

A series of free recorded webinars hosted by the New York State Parenting Education Partnership (NYSPEP) and presented by Heather Larkin, Ph.D., Associate Professor at the University at Albany School of Social Welfare.

Adverse Childhood Experiences: Overview and Implications – This recorded webinar reviews key ACE research findings, starting with the original ACE Study, and highlights the health and social consequences of accumulated adversity and trauma. The recorded webinar is free – just follow the link and register to begin (runtime: 90 minutes). Note: PowerPoint slides begin at the 8-minute mark.

ACE Response: Introduction to the Restorative Integral Support (RIS) Model – Reviews ACE research findings and introduces the Restorative Integral Support (RIS) model as an apt framework for responding to ACEs with key elements of ACE-informed care. This recorded webinar is free; just follow the link and register to begin (runtime: 90 minutes).

Supporting Parents: Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) and Responding to the Caregiver – Heather Larkin, Ph.D., presents on adverse childhood experience (ACE) research and applies the Restorative Integral Support (RIS) model for ACE Response specifically to parents/primary caregivers in this webinar hosted by the New York State Parenting Education Partnership (runtime: 90 minutes)

ACE Response: RIS Model Application for Community Capacity Building – Gives a review of ACE research and highlights how the RIS model can help facilitate community capacity building for ACE Response through the power of social networks and peer supports. This recorded webinar is free; just follow the link and register to begin (runtime: 90 minutes)

Adverse Childhood Experiences & Substance Abuse Treatment Implications: Developing ACE-Informed Substance Abuse Programs – Reviews ACE research findings and implications for substance abuse treatment (runtime: 90 minutes)

Other Webinars on ACEs and Trauma Adverse Childhood Experience Research: Extension, Integration, & Implications – This Prevent Child Abuse New York webinar provides an overview and discussion of ACE implications – this recorded webinar is synchronized to the powerpoint.

An Introduction to the Delivery of Trauma-informed Care – This presentation is about delivering trauma-informed care in medical and mental health settings. The three steps for delivering this service in these settings are: 1. Realize (the impact of traumatic events and how these events can impact health outcomes), 2. Recognize (Emotional Reactions to traumatic events, perspectives, indicators for risk for trauma symptoms), 3. Respond (Using assessment tools, referrals, and managing reactions)

Healing Trauma’s Wounds – This six-part teleseminar series seeks to take trauma treatment to the next level. The National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioral Medicine brings forth leading edge knowledge and emerging practices from various trauma treatment experts.

The Impact of Trauma on Women and Girls Across the Lifespan webinars – The impact of violence, abuse, neglect, disaster, war, and other harmful experiences continues long after the traumatic event has ended. Exposure to trauma is a pervasive issue that has significantly impacted the health and well-being of millions of Americans and nearly everyone seeking services in the public health and social services systems. Understanding how trauma affects the emotional, behavioral, cognitive, social, and physical functioning of the people we care for can improve our services.

Toxic Stress in Low-Income Families: Understanding Long-Term Effects – A panel of leading experts present on ACEs, toxic stress and its long-term consequences, and efforts to prevent early life toxic stress and build resilience. This webcast was hosted by the Office of Family Assistance (OFA) in 2014 as part of the Healthy Marriage and Responsible Fatherhood initiatives.

Trauma Sensitive Schools – This 1-hour webinar produced by NYSUT looks at the latest research on trauma among school children, exploring trauma’s prevalence and impact on childrens’ behavior, relationships, and learning. Elements of a trauma sensitive school approach are offered along with resources for implementation. Scroll down the linked page to find additional NYSUT webinars pertaining to health and safety in schools

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