February Learning series: Understanding ACEs
Trainings are open to everyone via Zoom, with registration required (Click hyper-linked title for registration each week.)
Participants may choose to attend one, any, or all sessions.
Friday, Feb. 11 | 12–1:30 pm MT/ 1–2:30 pm CT
Friday, Feb. 18 | 12–1:30 pm MT/ 1–2:30 pm CT
Friday, Feb. 25 | 12–1:30 pm MT/ 1–2:30 pm CT
Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) study findings represent a paradigm shift in human understanding of the origins of physical, social, mental, and societal health and well-being. We now know that leading causes of disease and disability, learning and productivity problems and early death have their roots in the cumulative neurodevelopmental impacts of ACEs.
The key goal of these trainings is to build a common language and understanding of ACEs and the related research. You will be encouraged to think about how this information could be applied within your own “sphere of influence”—family, workplace, school, community, etc.
- Understand how brains adapt to the environment during childhood.
- Learn the basic concepts of toxic stress and its impact on development.
- Review the data and key findings from the ACE’s study.
- Discover the framework for building resiliency for individuals and communities and explore strategies for building resiliency.
- Understand the difference between intelligence and emotional intelligence (EI).
- Discuss the components of EI, including how to increase individual EI.
|Date||Friday, February 11, 2022 at 1:00pm - 2:30pm|
|Details||Join us for a 3 week Zoom series on Understanding ACEs. The key goal of these trainings is to build a common language and understanding of ACEs and the related research.|
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