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PUBLIC SQUARE

PUBLIC SQUARE | Episode 413: Children, Trauma and Resilience

  • Aired: 02/25/2016
  • 58:44
  • Rating: NR
Childhood traumatic stress often leads to serious health issues later in life. They can also result in more incarceration, depression and substance abuse. But those changes don’t have to be permanent. So what are adverse childhood experiences? And, how are we as a community coming to better understand the impact of childhood trauma and providing resources to cope with the problem?
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Understanding childhood traumatic stress & how to help young people cope with it.
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Funding for PUBLIC SQUARE was provided in part by a grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. Public Square is also funded by American Graduate: Let’s Make It Happen. PUBLIC SQUARE is hosted by Megan Kamerick.
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