Sat, Jun 20|
Resilience: Rebounding from Adverse Childhood Experiences
Changing the course of our lives can happen at any age. Let’s begin by understanding how adverse events from our childhood can be used to build resilience in every facet and touchpoint of our lives.
Time & Location
Jun 20, 2020, 8:30 AM – 10:00 AM EDT
About the Event
Register for an interactive session guided by Michelle Hoersch, M.S., an expert in the field of Adverse Childhood Experiences and Trauma-Informed Care, who has worked in public health and on women's health issues ranging from intimate partner violence to trauma-informed care for over twenty-five years. She will discuss the evidence-based research about the link between childhood abuse, neglect, and household challenges, and our health and well-being. Michelle will take time to walk us through a virtual privately-scored quiz and then discuss how to use our results to continue our journey to positive health outcomes, break cycles, and live our best lives for the rest of our lives! Register for this session of the *IAWH Saturday Ladies Lounge, and then join us - grab your cup of tea, coffee, or alkaline water at 8:30 am on June 20.
*The Institute for the Advancement of Women’s (IAWH) is a 501c3 organization that advances women’s health through disease prevention and health promotion efforts in the community, regional, and national settings. Our aim is to help reduce the number of devastating health-related stories from women through partnering with women, and collaborations with local and national experts, advisors from community-based organizations, public health departments, colleges, and universities. IAWH promotes holistic care, cultivates research, and uplifts the culture, essence, and advancement of women's health.
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Resilence: Rebounding from ACEPrice$0.00