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Free ACEs and TIC Resources developed by graduate students at the
Mailman School of Public Health!
Each Spring semester, Trauma-Free NYC and the Heilbrunn Department of Population and Family Health, offer a graduate interprofessional service learning course in ACEs and trauma-informed care (TIC). The purpose of the course is to prepare the next generation of public health and medical professionals to incorporate ACEs and TIC into their professional roles, including the service and care provided to communities and individuals.
During the Spring 2021 semester, students enrolled in the course designed ACEs and TIC webinars and companion materials to be used for training and education purposes, for any individual or agency across the country.
All resources are available for free on our Resources page! We encourage you and/or your agency to access the information and share broadly with your networks.
In the wake of recent international traumatic events, Dr. Danielle Kassow, Senior Program Officer for Trauma-Free NYC, shares an important article about children and disasters.
Join this nationwide grassroots campaign to engage congressional offices and other federal leaders in supporting policies, programs, legislation, and appropriations that prevent and respond to childhood trauma and build resilience.
Our annual Spring course on ACEs and trauma-informed care hosted documentary filmmaker and director Ana Joanes to discuss her film Wrestling Ghosts, an intimate illustration of intergenerational trauma that focuses on one woman's experience to heal from her own trauma and become a better parent to her children.