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Docteur Catherine Bonnet
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Docteur Catherine Bonnet left a comment for Emily J. Wilson, MS, MPH, CHES
"Thank you Emily, I shall read the information on the ISF and the two new groups. If you have any other questions on my professional experiences, please free to ask. Best wishes Catherine"
Jul 17, 2012
Docteur Catherine Bonnet and Emily J. Wilson, MS, MPH, CHES are now friends
Jul 17, 2012
Docteur Catherine Bonnet and Connie Valentine are now friends
Mar 30, 2012
Gladys Twombly Richardson and Docteur Catherine Bonnet are now friends
Mar 25, 2012
Docteur Catherine Bonnet left a comment for Cherie Porter
"Hi Cherie,  Thank you very much, I would like very much to talk with you. I am a member of an association of incest survivors, AIVI, and we would like very much to have the ACE Study done in France. You may read on my page that we have tried to…"
Mar 2, 2012
Docteur Catherine Bonnet and Cherie Porter are now friends
Mar 2, 2012
Docteur Catherine Bonnet updated their profile
Feb 11, 2012
Docteur Catherine Bonnet commented on Jane Stevens's blog post Changes to the look of the ACEs Too High Network and ACEsTooHigh News!
"Please do not stop mandatory reporting in the US! You are the light, the hope, and the model in France! It is the first step to reduce the ACES!   I can witness what is happenning in France where physicians may be exposed to judicial…"
Jan 30, 2012
Docteur Catherine Bonnet commented on Vincent J. Felitti, MD's blog post ACEs and the Law
"This was done only during direct interviews and not very often initially. Why? It is very uncomfortable to recognize being pregnant only on the 2nd trimester or 3rd trimester of the pregnancy as the results of pregnancy denial. They cannot speak…"
Jan 16, 2012
Docteur Catherine Bonnet commented on Vincent J. Felitti, MD's blog post ACEs and the Law
"The period of pregnancy may be an appropriate time to ask questions about a history of sexual and other traumatic experiences, in particular if a woman/teenager have denied their pregnancy. This may prevent them to repeat at birth the…"
Jan 14, 2012
Docteur Catherine Bonnet left a comment for Jane Stevens
"Sorry for replying after  a few days about the survey performed in France with 12 questions inspired by the ACE Study. 341 incest survivors members of AIVI filled out a self-reported questionnaire on a website, while 946 individuals of general…"
Jan 9, 2012
Jane Stevens left a comment for Docteur Catherine Bonnet
"Thanks! No rush -- whenever you get to it is fine. "
Jan 4, 2012
Docteur Catherine Bonnet commented on Docteur Catherine Bonnet's blog post Introduction
"Thanks Jane, I shall reply to-morrow. Catherine"
Jan 3, 2012
Docteur Catherine Bonnet left a comment for David L. Chadwick
"Thanks David for sending proverb... it is the best way to move forward with a smile! Please send others in 2012. Many best wishes for you in 2012. Catherine"
Jan 3, 2012
Docteur Catherine Bonnet is now friends with David L. Chadwick and Jane Stevens
Jan 3, 2012
Jane Stevens commented on Docteur Catherine Bonnet's blog post Introduction
"Very interesting, Catherine. How many people participated in the ACE Study questionnaire? Are the results posted anywhere for us to see? -- Jane"
Jan 2, 2012

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At 7:50pm on January 9, 2012, Jane Stevens said…

Hi, Catherine. Thank you for taking the time to provide the network with this interesting information. This is how you can post the translation you did: 

1. Go to your "My Page".

2. Above the open dialogue box, click on "blog post"

3. At the bottom left of the small screen that opens you, see "More Options" and click on that. That opens a bigger page.

4. Type in a headline, then you can copy the same introduction that you sent me in the comment. Then click on the little paper clip -- select the PDF from your computer and click on "OK".

5. Scroll down to the bottom (you don't have to worry about anything else), and, at the bottom right, click "Publish Post". Your post with the attached PDF will appear in the main blog on the home page.     

Please let me know if you have problems.

-- J. 

At 2:44pm on January 4, 2012, Jane Stevens said…

Thanks! No rush -- whenever you get to it is fine. 

At 3:18pm on January 2, 2012, Jane Stevens said…

Thank you for all this information, Catherine. You're doing such important work in France. To make sure that more people see what you wrote and learn about what you're doing, would you copy and paste the text into a blog post?

Here's how: Just go to "My Page" and at the top you'll see an open box with the words: "What are you up to?" Just click on "blog post", type in "Introductions" or whatever you like in the post title, and then paste the content in the open space below the title. 

Thank you! 

At 9:58am on January 2, 2012, Jane Stevens said…

Welcome to the ACEs Too High Network, Catherine. Please let me know if I can answer any questions.

Docteur Catherine Bonnet's Blog

Introduction

I am  a retired consultant in child and adolescent psychiatry,  who has mainly worked on the detection of violence/neglect at a prenatal time for preventing neonaticide, abandonment of children on a public place and the repetition of violence/neglect later. I also  followed up as a psychodynamic therapist children/teenagers/ adult survivors of incest and other sexual abuse.

I was invited for missions of consultancy for training professionals to welcome women pregnant as the results of…

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