How can we implement multi-generational responses to childhood adversity that to promote prevention, healing and health promotion, regardless of results on an ACE score?
Dr. Elizabeth Miller of Futures Without Violence hosts a discussion of the research behind a simple, strength-based universal education approach for addressing child adversity that taps into families existing capacity for empathy and altruism and to allows them to create change for themselves and others that may be affected by trauma and adversity. Patient and provider tools are shared and we explore how these strategies and resources that promote nurturing parent child interactions complement the work of the Resilient Beginnings Collaborative.
- Dr. Elizabeth Miller, Director, Adolescent and Young Adult Medicine, UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh
- Lisa James, Director of Health Futures Without Violence
Primary Care Train the Trainer Toolkit: Primary care training kit tailored to screening of intimate partner violence scenarios, but covers trauma broadly. Contains scripts and practice scenarios for providers, extracted here.
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