1. Hypoxic Brain Injury

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    Hypoxic Brain Injury - (R21146-36XA)

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    • Dr Besel van der Kolk on approaches to trauma

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      Here Dr van der Kolk, leading trauma researcher and therapist shares his thoughts on the relationship between regulation and the exploration of historical trauma.

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      • Lesung "Nebelkinder - Kriegsenkel treten aus dem Traumaschatten der Geschichte"

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        Am 04. Mai 2015 hat Gegenübertragung im Schloss Reinbek bei Hamburg die Lesung "Nebelkinder - Kriegsenkel treten aus dem Traumaschatten der Geschichte" aufgenommen. Die Herausgeben Dr. Joachim Süss / Erfurt und Michael Schneider / Reinbek stellen zusammen mit weiteren Autoren ihr Buch vor. Die Hamburger Schauspielerin Maike Bollow liest ausgewählte Textpassagen. Mehr Informationen unter: http://www.europa-verlag.com/Buecher/27/Nebelkinder.html

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        • Steve Haines Biography

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          Understanding Trauma Is Clinical Gold Dust

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          • LA Story Podcast

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            A portion of an engaging conversation with Stevie Wilson of LA Story discussing You See Me.

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            • Nicole Marcia - Yoga Therapist - Fine Balance Yoga

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              This film was created by Switchdef Productions WEBSITE: www.switchdefmedia.com FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/switchdef For Nicole Marcia MA ERYT 500 & Fine Balance Yoga WEBSITE: http://www.finebalanceyoga.ca/ FACBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/FineBalanceYoga I’m the Founder and Director of Fine Balance Yoga. Since 2004 I’ve taught therapeutic yoga classes and offered individual sessions to trauma survivors struggling with addiction, depression and anxiety, teaching them healthy self-regulation strategies to empower them to live connected and embodied lives. I also I train yoga teachers and clinicians in the trauma-informed yoga theory and techniques required to support trauma survivors in their healing, long-term stability and recovery.

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              • Alberta Adverse Childhood Experiences Survey (ACE) Question and Answer Period

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                In partnership with The Norlien Foundation, The Alberta Centre for Child, Family and Community Research funded the first Alberta research study on Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE). Findings from this project were discussed as well as implications at a live-webcast event held June 11, 2015 in Calgary. Click here to access resources from the event. Background The Centers for Disease Control in collaboration with one of the largest health maintenance organizations in the US conducted the first Adverse Childhood Experience (ACE) study. Between 1995 and 1997, over 17,000 individuals undergoing physical examinations completed a confidential survey about childhood trauma and current health. Participants in the study were educated, employed, middle-class Americans and an average age of 57. This landmark ACE study found relationships between childhood traumatic experiences and poor health and well-being later in life.

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                • Nicole Marcia, Yoga Therapist

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                  Nicole Marcia, Yoga Therapist www.finebalanceyoga.ca Video by Switchdef Media www.switchdefmedia.com

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                  • Results of the Alberta Adverse Childhood Experiences Survey with Dr. Sheila McDonald

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                    To date, there has been no research done in Alberta on Adverse Childhood Experiences and there is limited Canadian data. The Alberta Adverse Childhood Experiences Study was a random-digit dialing telephone survey of Albertan adults (n=1207) that was conducted in 2013. The original ACE checklist was modified to be appropriate for interviewing people about sensitive issues over the telephone and covered two main areas of childhood trauma: childhood abuse and growing up in a household where there was family dysfunction. Results from the Alberta ACE study demonstrated that ACEs were common and there were strong associations between childhood trauma and increased risk for poor health outcomes in adulthood. Almost 1/3 of Albertan adults experienced abuse and almost 1/2 experienced family dysfunction. Children who experienced more ACES were more likely to be diagnosed with mental health conditions, substance dependence, and physical health conditions with an inflammatory component in adulthood. The association between ACEs and poor health remained strong even when other risk factors for poor adult health outcomes, such as poverty, were taken into consideration. Children who experienced both abuse and family dysfunction had the highest risk for negative health outcomes in adulthood. Implications of the findings will be discussed.

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                    • The Effects of Early Experiences on Lifelong Learning and Health with Dr. Nicole Sherren

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                      Converging lines of evidence from neuroscience, molecular biology, genetics, and the social sciences tell us that early experiences are built into our brains and bodies to affect a lifetime of learning and health, for good or for ill. This has profound implications for policies, programs, and services that support children and families. In this session, you will learn how brains are built: what kind of experiences promote healthy brain architecture, what kind of experiences derail it, and how these experiences get "under our skins" to affect learning and health outcomes across the life span.

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