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107, 2020

In conversation with Lisa Cherry – the Trauma Resonance Resilience webinar

By |July 1st, 2020|ACE enquiry, Trauma-informed community|

I was really pleased to be invited to Lisa’s Trauma Resonance Resilience webinar, where we discussed ACEs, trauma and social change. Lisa is an expert in her field and being able to join her was a privilege. In the webinar, we covered some of the challenges of applying the bio-medical model to trauma, the purpose of [...]

2506, 2020

Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES), Trauma & Resilience

By |June 25th, 2020|ACE enquiry, Childhood adversity, Mental health|

The topic of trauma-informed practice has never been more relevant. In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic and lockdown – and in its aftermath – we need to consider the role of childhood adversity and subsequent traumatising experiences in the lives of the people we are supporting. Social and psychological problems have been increasing at alarming rates during the [...]

805, 2020

Continuing the conversation about ACE enquiry

By |May 8th, 2020|ACE enquiry|

It’s been a month since the British Journal of General Practice (BJGP) published an article that I co-wrote with Dr Peter Cairns - Addressing adverse childhood experiences: implications for professional practice. In the editorial we explored just some of the enablers and barriers related to implementing ACE enquiry in a UK primary care context. It was great to see [...]

1704, 2020

ACE enquiry – What it is, what it isn’t and why it’s important.

By |April 17th, 2020|ACE enquiry, Childhood adversity, Early intervention|

The current coronavirus public health crisis is impacting everyone, in ways, only a few weeks ago few of us could have imagined. Tragically, for many children and vulnerable adults in particular, this summer may be the defining event in their lives; as they are trapped in adverse circumstances, unable to readily access the network of support usually available to them. [...]