The ACE Study I
Childhood Trauma and Adult Health
Part of the Series: The ACE Study

The ACE Study I - Childhood Trauma and Adult Health
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I am so happy to see this film with Van der Kolk posted on this site. Our documentary (Is Your Story Making You Sick?) discusses ACEs and educating the public about the ACE studies. Our sincere hope is to start a conversation on how childhood trauma affects adult coping mechanisms. Kuddos ...Read more

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