This site provides information about my services to the community of people who wish to learn more about CDC’s Adverse Childhood Experience (ACE) Study or are implementing — or thinking of implementing — the ideas and concepts that the ACE Study brought to light.
I played the principal role in the design of the (ACE) Study, served as its Co-Principal Investigator, and authored or co-authored more than 70 publications from the Study. My presentations about ACEs have included Congressional Briefings, numerous keynote addresses, and plenary sessions at conferences around the world.
If you are interested in having me do a presentation for your organization or upcoming conference, you can find information about the kinds of presentations I provide as well as my past speaking engagements on the Speaking section
My presentations usually include an overview of stress neurobiology, basic concepts of epigenetics, defining and understanding the definition of Adverse Childhood Experiences, how ACEs affect a wide range of health and social problems. I provide examples of how the ACE Study findings are being applied and concepts of healing and halting the intergenerational transmission of ACEs at the community level and throughout all human service systems.
Posted by robertanda on January 27, 2012