Panel discussion: The effects of adverse childhood experiences on children
This activity is delivered via webinar at 7.15 - 8.30 pm AEST, Thursday 23 May.
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An interdisciplinary panel of content experts will engage in a case-based discussion sharing their insights about how adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) impact the mental health of children.
At the activity’s conclusion, participants will:
- define the key characteristics of adverse childhood experiences, their prevalence and their impact on children in Australia
- identify evidence-based effective co-ordinated practice for early intervention and prevention for children who have or are experiencing ACEs
- implement strategies to support parents and children to make sense of adversity in order to promote resilience and recovery.
Mr Daniel Moss, panel facilitator, Emerging Minds Workforce Development Manager
Professor Kirsty Douglas, General Practitioner, Australian National University
Dr Elisabeth Hoehn, (Psychiatrist) Medical Director, Queensland Centre for Perinatal & Infant Mental Health
Ms Nicola Palfrey, Psychologist, Emerging Minds