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The Department of Health Care Services approved specific tools to be used and questions to be asked for both pediatric and adult screenings. These tools are available in multiple languages for providers to use today.
Motivational techniques and skills for health and mental health coaching/counseling, published in 2013. Also see detailed examples and rationales for motivational interviewing strategies and techniques (2008).
This site provides practical tips on how to incorporate building blocks into a kid’s day to help them bounce back.
Webinar in 2015 by Karen Johnson, MSW, LCSW.
This locator can help you find community outpatient, inpatient and residential treatment facilities, including affordable mental health services in your area
Reported published in 2014 to develop a working concept of trauma and a trauma-informed approach and to develop a shared understanding of these concepts that would be acceptable and appropriate across an array of service systems and stakeholder groups.
Article about applying the principles of motivational interviewing to everyday patient interactions to elicit “behavior change” that contributes to positive health outcomes and improved patient–physician communication.
This webinar explores how to more effectively address toxic stress in two-generation solutions and how other frameworks – like Strengthening Families – can play a role. Presenters included Ascend at the Aspen Institute and Ascend Network Partners Katie Albright (San Francisco Child Abuse Prevention Center); Jeannette Pai-Espinosa (The National Crittenton Foundation); and Jason Gortney (The Children’s Home Society of Washington State).
This 2019 report describes New Jersey’s statewide effort to address ACEs.
An international leader in the effort to advance pediatric medicine, raise public awareness, and transform the way society responds to children exposed to ACEs and toxic stress.
The mission of the National Child Traumatic Stress Network is to raise the standard of care and improve access to the services for traumatized children, their families, and communities throughout the United States.
Article about ACEs impact on the body published on March 21, 2011.
This 2-page document discusses the impact of ACEs on health and the importance of stable, nurturing relationships – it is a companion piece to Too Small to Fail’s report, “Not Just ‘Soft Skills’: How Young Children’s Learning & Health Benefit from Strong Social-Emotional Development.” (Scroll down to bottom of webpage)
Positive Parenting Program—tips for caregiving through 16 years, with additional, formal (paid) online and in-person courses.
Easy-to-use app for practicing mindfulness meditation with the guidance of the UCLA Mindful Awareness Research Center.Also Available in:
This University of California, San Francisco Women’s HIV Program website provides resources on trauma-informed primary care.