Adverse Childhood Experiences

Biweekly Wednesdays, 8:00 AM - 9:15 AM

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August 4th, 2021 - Intergenerational Trauma Part II: Racial Trauma and Healing
August 18th, 2021 - Cross-Sectional ACE’s Training
September 1st, 2021 - Becoming a Trauma-Informed Champion
September 15th, 2021 - Evidence-Based Therapeutic Interventions for Children
September 29th, 2021 - Identifying and Using Screening Tools
October 13th, 2021 - Connecting with Local and State Resources
October 27th, 2021 - Social Determinants of Health & ACEs
November 3rd, 2021 - Family Engagement, and Identification of Trauma Concerns
November 10th, 2021 - Healing Centered Care & Holistic Approaches
December 1st, 2021 - Emotional and Social Impacts on Professionals
December 15th, 2021 - The Human Spirit is Resilient

Adverse Childhood Experiences ECHO Session Leaders

  • Kelly N. Moore, Psy.D., University Behavioral Health Care - Children's Center for Resilience and Trauma Recovery, Program Manager/Principal Investigator
  • Shilpa Pai, MD, FAAP, Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Associate Professor, Department of Pediatrics
  • Rebecca H. Bryan, DNP, Rutgers School of Nursing - Camden
  • Carolyn Flynn, MA, The Center for Great Expectations, Director, START Program
  • Joselyn Berrios, MSW, LSW, Patient Care Coordinator, Children’s Specialized Hospital

Learning Objectives

After participating in the ACEs ECHO, participants will be able to: 

  • Define trauma-informed principles to guide best practices.
  • Demonstrate the importance of the continuum of care for families and children who
    experience ACEs.
  • Examine interventions that support trauma-impacted children and their families.
  • Analyze the biopsychosocial consequences of early adversity on childhood development and long-term health outcomes.
  • Strategize methods to coordinate all stakeholders involved in client care to support a trauma-informed workplace.
  • Implement one trauma-informed screening tool in the workplace.
  • Increase self-awareness and resiliency by identifying at least two self-care tools to minimize the risk of secondary traumatic stress. 
  • Build a multidisciplinary platform consisting of local, state, and national resources for trauma-impacted children and families.

    Adverse Childhood Experiences ECHO CE Accreditation

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