"Shelley, I just discovered SmileAtYourBaby.org the other night. Not sure how I found it. I so wanted to purchase the book The Blossom Method and even signed up for an account at amazong - uk - but alas, I was not able to buy it.…"
Dr. Felitti, co-principal investigator of the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE study), an ongoing collaborative research between the Kaiser Permanente Medical Care Program and the Centers for Disease Control, will present the riveting findings on the impact of early childhood traumatic experiences and the correlation to mental, physical, and emotional challenges people face across the lifespan. Dr. Felitti will explain the profound relationship of ten categories of adverse life experiences…See More
"Thank you Dr. Felitti and Gladys for opening the door to this discussion. Warning! My reply is lengthy.
Please understand that I am not a researcher, academic, or medical professional. As a CranioSacral Therapist my passion is working with…"
"Some of you may know this resource
http://www.motherfriendly.org/ (CIMS - Coalition for Improving Maternity Services). They have information on recent studies and white papers concerning Cesarean births, reducing elective births,…"
"Barbara and all - I would like to bring another organization to your attention: Association for Pre and PeriNatal Psychology and Health - APPPAH. Website is birthpsychology.com. the annual conference is Nov 15 - 18 in San…"
"Thank you Gladys, and thank you Jane for inviting me to join this Primary Prevention group as part of ACES Too High. I look forward to learning more about ACES in general and to engage in the discussion topics that Gladys proposes.…"
"Hi Pam, Welcome, and thanks for joining this ACES primary prevention discussion group. What an ideal career to spend your days fulfilling your passion. I'm interested in how you first heard about ACES, and where you are with this…"
How can we inspire just one local city neighborhood or small town to make a commitment to assist all parents so that every infant in that neighborhood can be nurtured and safeguarded through the first five years of life. So that all children in that neighborhood or small town can have an abundance of resilience and be ACE-free as possible. What would be essential? What is already happening in communities that could be a component of a comprehensive effort? This group is for people to share best…See More
"Jane, Thanks for the lovely welcome to ACES Too High. Life allows us to make such amazing connections when we follow our passions. I joined the Harvard Webcast on Early Childhood - Toxic Stress and received more than I had imagined I…"
CranioSacral Therapist with special interest in helping moms and babies, and children of "any age" transform trauma and restrictions within the central nervous system allowing all other systems to self correct. My passion: birth, rebirth, human…
CranioSacral Therapist with special interest in helping moms and babies, and children of "any age" transform trauma and restrictions within the central nervous system allowing all other systems to self correct. My passion: birth, rebirth, human transformation, becoming the change we want to see in the world.
What is your interest in ACE concepts?
Primary Prevention - especially around conception, gestation, birth and postpartum
Hi, Pamela: Thank you for such an interesting overview of your interest in ACEs! You may be interested in connecting with Barbara Stern in Sacramento and Gladys Richardson in Tucson, AZ, (and Maine in the summer). Gladys started a Primary Prevention group on the network. Click on the groups tab and you'll find it.
And I didn't know that Lexington had such an august Buddhist organization. I'll look around the SGI web site. Thanks for sending it.
Hi, Pamela. Welcome to the ACEs Too High Network. Thanks for joining! You're near the city where I spent most of my growing-up years: Lexington. In high school, we played hooky to go shopping in Louisville.
Will you write a sentence or two describing your interest in ACEs?
You can reply here, and I'll include it in the ongoing roundup of responses. Or you can post an introduction yourself, as some others have done (you can find those on the main page in the blog posts). It's easy to post an introduction -- just go to "My Page" (in the top navigation bar). Be sure to click on "blog post" at the top of the open box, put in a title, and then start typing in the box below. If you have any questions, please let me know.
And if you want to replace that ubiquitous blue head with your photo, just go to the top right of the page where you'll see a white box with your name at the top. Click on "Settings", a line at the bottom of a white box. And at the top of the page that opens, you'll see a place to upload a photo.
Also, you'll see that some people have also posted their photo on the photo page, which is a great idea. (You can also do that from "My Page".) You can even add a text block with more information about your work or avocation.
And don't hesitate to contact me if you have any questions about how to use this network.