Like a Footprint in Wet Cement: Understanding the Impact of Trauma on Children

Like a Footprint in Wet Cement: Understanding the Impact of Trauma on Children

Victor Vieth, Director of Education & Research

Length: 1: 07

The ongoing Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) studies out of Kaiser Permanente and the Center for Disease Control suggest that childhood maltreatment and family dysfunction are major risk factors for the leading causes of illness, death and poor psychological adjustment in the United States. Cumulative adverse childhood events have a role in poor physical health, problematic health risk behaviors, learning challenges, behavior problems and disease. The presentation will introduce faith leaders to this research and discuss the importance of faith, medical and mental health providers working to address to have a holistic approach to addressing a child’s needs.

Due to the recent move of all NCPTC and JWRC programs to the Zero Abuse Project, we are currently conducting a re-organization of our On-Demand Webinar platform. We anticipate being able to re-launch this valuable educational resource by the end of March. Please check back later this month.