Key Learning Points:

  • To appreciate current views about the nature and range of ACEs which have developed
  • To understand the way in which ACEs are present at a population level, and in particular clinical populations
  • The traumatic and stressful nature of ACEs and the impact on development of children and young people into adult life, including an understanding of neurobiological effects -toxic stress.
  • To appreciate the range of interventions available and recommended to reduce the harmful impact of ACEs and their limitations
  • The development of modular approaches which ‘distils’ effective practice elements from across the field of interventions
  • How modular approaches can be utilised as part of a comprehensive holistic approach to establishing a profile of needs, and develop an effective intervention which prevents further ACEs and modify their impacts
  • Can be adapted for use across different types of service provision at all stages of the therapeutic process

There is a 20% discount available for BACCH members by quoting ref: HCUK20BACCH when booking. (*Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer.  Full T&Cs available upon request.)

Further details & online booking

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BACCH is registered in England & Wales under charity number 1129758 and company number 06738129 at 5-11 Theobalds Road, London, WC1X 8SH.
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