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The Limits of ACEs, with Dr. Ernestine Briggs-King and Dr. Jonathan Purtle
Decades after the original Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) study, does this tool tell the complete story?
Reframing Childhood Adversity with Julie Sweetland
What if the way we message about the problems of child abuse and childhood adversity makes it harder to solve them?
The ACEs Message and Its Unintended Consequences, with Dr. Jonathan Purtle
Jonathan Purtle from Drexel University explores the best, and worst, ways to talk to the public about the long-term impacts of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) such as child abuse.
Can a Pandemic Have a Silver Lining? with Dr. Danielle Roubinov
COVID-19 has upended our world, but Dr. Danielle Roubinov of the University of California says it has also forced researchers to innovate in ways that could help kids and families
Best of the Best: The Hidden Cost of Resilience, with Ernestine Briggs-King, Ph.D.
In this rebroadcast of a popular episode, resilience is good, but research shows all may not be well with kids who look like they’re doing just fine.
Bonus Content: Universal Screening for Adverse Childhood Experiences, with Dr. David Finkelhor
Bonus content from our recent interview with David Finkelhor—should we screen everyone for ACEs?
The Hidden Cost of Resilience, with Dr. Ernestine Briggs-King
The ability to bounce back from trauma is a good thing, but research is uncovering signs that all may not be well with kids who look like they’re doing just
Treating the Smoke and Not the Fire, with Darrell Hammond and Michelle Esrick
From Darrell Hammond and Michelle Esrick, the duo behind Cracked Up, a discussion about how too often society treats the effects of childhood trauma instead of the cause.