Please follow this link to see a powerpoint summarizing ACEs and trauma, created and presented by Melissa Sadin at our February 2nd screening of the film “Paper Tigers”.
The following are articles recently published that pertain to Trauma Informed Care and ACEs:
Here are informational sources that we’ve compiled in our research, each adding new information and perspective to the TIC discussion.
- Trauma Informed Care Project
- CDC ACE Study
- National Council for Behavioral Health
- Philadelphia ACEs Project, Community Resilience Cookbook
- Keri Logosso-Misurell, Director of Greater Newark Healthcare Coalition talks about TIC, starting around 11:50 in the video
- ACEs Connection, a great resource for all things TIC
- ACEs Too High, a news site focused on research into ACEs, and how communities implement TIC
- The science of trauma
- Dr. Nadine Burke’s Center for Youth Wellness
- Brain Connection
- ChildTrauma Academy
- National Child Traumatic Stress Network
- Presentation on Trauma Informed Care by Patricia Hentz, EdD, PMHNP-BC, APN– Clinical Associate Professor, Rutgers School of Nursing
- The Trauma Learning and Policy Initiative (TLPI) published this landmark report in 2005, summarizing the impact that trauma can have on learning
- The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMSHA) developed a trauma-informed approach, and defined the four “R’s” of TIC — realize, recognize, respond, and resist re-traumatization”.
- The Attachment and Trauma Network (ATN) promotes healing of traumatized children and their families