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The CDC Antagonistic Youth Encounters Study: Adolescence Emotional wellness and Lifetime Wellbeing Early Adolescence Psychological well-being Organization May 11-13, 2009 Mooring, The Frozen North Stamp Erickson, MD Southcentral Establishment Youth Abuse and Psychological wellness
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The CDC Adverse Childhood Experiences Study: Childhood Mental Health and Lifetime Health Early Childhood Mental Health Institute May 11-13, 2009 Anchorage, Alaska Mark Erickson, MD Southcentral Foundation

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Childhood Maltreatment and Mental Health Over the most recent 25 years numerous studies have investigated whether youth abuse impacts later psychological well-being. It does but… Earlier studies were too little and barely centered to answer a significant inquiry. Q. What exactly degree does serious anxiety, in the adolescence home, impact later mental and physical wellbeing?

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Childhood Maltreatment and Health Needed : Study with countless. Members of age to have critical therapeutic histories. Therapeutic records accessible for all members. Extended conceptualization of tyke abuse: Include sexual and physical misuse, disregard But likewise other tyke stressors, e.g., parental liquor addiction, marriage strife, and so forth

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Childhood Maltreatment and Health CDC Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Study: Over 17,000 men and ladies overviewed. Normal age = 57 years Members of San Diego HMO Participants reviewed on 10 sorts of unfriendly adolescence encounters . Presently more than 25 associate looked into productions from CDC study (1998-present).

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ACE Study Expanded meaning of youngster abuse: 10 sorts of unfriendly encounters studied. 1. Sexual misuse 2. Psychological mistreatment 3. Passionate disregard. 4. Physical misuse 5. Physical disregard 6. Substance misuse in home. 7.Mental disease in home. 8. Imprisonment of relative. 9. Parental division or separation. 10. Witness roughness against mother.

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ACE Study Key discovering 1: Expanding meaning of youth “maltreatment” had genuine essentialness: Each of the 10 sorts of antagonistic adolescence encounters impact grown-up wellbeing. Key Finding 2 : Adverse adolescence encounters can have an incredibly wide based, unsafe impact on grown-up wellbeing. Key discovering 3 : The wellbeing impacts of unfriendly youth encounters may not show for a considerable length of time.

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ACE Study Key Finding 4 : The more sorts of unfriendly youth encounters a member reported the more prominent the danger for a given wellbeing issue ( injury measurements relationship ). Key Finding 5 : The more sorts of unfavorable adolescence encounters a member reported the more noteworthy the danger for more wellbeing issues ( co-dreariness ).

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Heart illness Teen pregnancy Cancer COPD STDs Liver dis. Smoking Alcohol misuse Promiscuity Obesity Drug reliance IV medication use Somatization Depression Anxiety issue Hallucinations Sleep aggravations Memory unsettling influences Anger issues Domestic savagery chance Early intercourse Job issues Relationship issues Skeletal cracks Anda et al. (2008) BMC Public Health 8, doi:10.1186/1471-2458/8/198 Health Elements Influenced by ACEs (wide based & long lasting)

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Cardiovascular Disease and ACE’s Risk components for coronary illness History of smoking 1.2x Domestic brutality in home 1.4x Childhood physical misuse 1.5 x Hypertension 1.9x Complex adolescence misuse 3.6x (injury dosage) M Dong et al. (2004) Circulation v110:1761-66

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Lifetime Risk for Attempted Suicide and ACE’s CDC Adverse Childhood Experiences Study (2001 ) Key Findings on suicide hazard : (injury measurement relationship) 0 antagonistic youth encounters – benchmark 1.0x 1 unfriendly adolescence experience expanded lifetime danger of suicide endeavor 1.9x 2 unfavorable adolescence encounters expanded lifetime suicide endeavor hazard 3.3x 3 antagonistic youth encounters expanded lifetime suicide endeavor hazard 4.3x 4 “ 6.2x 5 “ 10.6x 6 “ 16.5x 7 or more unfriendly adolescence encounters expanded lifetime hazard 31x S.H. Dube et al. (2001) JAMA v 286:3089-96

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ACE Study: Trauma-measurement relationship I. Basic infections affected by injury dosage: Heart illness Cancer COPD Skeletal breaks Sexually transmitted sicknesses Liver malady

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ACE Study: Trauma-measurements relationship III. Emotional well-being issues impacted by injury dosage: -Depressive issue -Anxiety issue -Panic assaults -Hallucinations -Sleep unsettling influences -Autobiographical memory aggravations -Poor outrage control -Suicide endeavors -Risk of executing or being a casualty of abusive behavior at home.

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Trauma Dose: Why Any Success at Prevention of Child Maltreatment is Important Example: A counteractive action exertion that diminishes ACE’s in family from 3 to 1. Suicide danger cut 84% Alcohol reliance danger cut down the middle …and so on for 33 measures of wellbeing

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Why Do Adverse Childhood Experiences, Alone, Increase the Risk for Diseases, Such as Cancer, Decades Later? Youngster abuse can bring about: Chronic aggravation - lifted C-receptive protein. A.Danese et al., (2008) Arch Gen Psych, v65: 409-416. Interminable dysregulation of anxiety hormones ACTH and cortisol G Gerra et al.(2007) Addiction Biology v13:95-104 . Incessant restraint of protein amalgamation in the hippocampus – a zone of the cerebrum connected to feeling and memory P McGowan et al.,(2008).PLoS,v3.5 e2085 .

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Southcentral Foundation Family Wellness Objectives FMW1: Reduce the rate youngster mishandle and disregard - - - - - FMW1’: Reduce the rate of abusive behavior at home FMW2: Reduce the rate of preventable tumors FMW3: Reduce the frequency of suicide FMW4: Reduce the rate of corpulence FMW5: Reduce the rate of substance misuse FMW6: Reduce the rate of diabetes FMW7: Improve oral wellbeing FMW8: Reduce the rate of cardiovascular sickness

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CDC Study finishing up remark “Current practices of medicine…are divided by… a manifestation based arrangement of therapeutic consideration. Counteractive action …of our nation’s driving wellbeing issues is prone to profit by comprehension that a hefty portion of these issues have a tendency to be co-dreary and may have normal birthplaces in the persevering ...results of misuse and…experiences amid childhood.”

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The CDC Adverse Childhood Experiences Study: Childhood Mental Health and Lifetime Health Early Childhood Mental Health Institute May 11-13, 2009 Anchorage, Alaska Mark Erickson, MD Southcentral Foundation

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Preventing Child Maltreatment Leveraging Nature: The Biology of Parental Bonding. - Dena A Coy Teaching Parenting Skills and Providing Support. - Nutaqsiivik The Power of Story: Generational Healing. - FWWI: Beauty for Ashes, Arrigah House **No counteractive action study has ever utilized more than one of the above sorts of safeguard mediation.

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Leveraging Nature: France 1800’s La Maternitã©: Charity doctor\'s facility in Paris. In 1830 - 64% of newborn children conceived at La Maternitã© were relinquished. Rachel Fuchs (1987). Diary of Interdisciplinary History, v18:55-80

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Leveraging Nature: France 1800’s In 1837 doctor\'s facility arrangements were changed at La Maternite: Mothers were requested that stay and attendant. Surrender diminished ~40% Policies changed throughout the decades Key discovering: the more drawn out moms stayed and breast fed the more outlandish they were to forsake newborn child. Rachel Fuchs (1987). Diary of Interdisciplinary History, v18:55-80.

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Leveraging Nature: Global Data Costa Rica - Policy change expanded mother-newborn child baby blues contact and decreased relinquishment ~ 70% (n~78,000) L. Mata et al. (1988) In Programs to Promote Breastfeeding, ed B. Jelliffe, Oxford Univ. Press Thailand - Hospital embraces UNICEF proposition expanding mother-newborn child contact bringing about diminished relinquishment, n~4000 births B Baranasin (1991) Asia-Pacific J Public Health v5:217-220. Russia - Large maternity healing facility expanded mother-baby contact in at-danger ladies bringing about ~46% lessening in newborn child surrender, n~20,000. N. Lvoff et al. (2000) Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med v154:474-77.

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Teaching Parenting Skills Nurse-family associations : Nurses visit home, show and bolster folks. This methodology can avert kid misuse. Key Finding : At danger families went to by an attendant amid the initial two years of life were 48% less inclined to have manhandled or ignored posterity. David Olds et al. (1997) J. Group Psych. v25:9-25

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The Power of Story and Generational Healing Numerous studies have demonstrated that generational examples of child rearing exist. Around 70% of folks who misuse were manhandled in their youth Good child rearing has a tendency to conceive great child rearing Abusive child rearing has a tendency to bring forth oppressive child rearing.

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The Power of Story and Generational Healing The CDC Adverse Childhood Experiences study demonstrates that grown-ups, damaged as kids, experience issues recalling their youth. Connection research, also, demonstrates that numerous grown-ups, damaged as youngsters, experience issues portraying their youth - or telling their story.

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The Power of Story and Generational Healing Attachment look into additionally demonstrates that grown-ups who recall and “tell their story” in a full and legit way are unrealistic to rehash generational misuse M Main and R Goldwyn (1984) Child Abuse and Neglect v8:203-17. This is only one of the few imperative things that FWWI does. FWWI assists individuals with rememberring their story.

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Family Wellness Warriors Initiative Created in 1998 by Alaska Native and American Indian Peoples Goal: To end youngster mishandle and disregard in this era. System: Helping individuals to recount their story in 3-5 day social events that incorporates otherworldly and social restoration with confirmation based brain science.

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Family Wellness Warriors Initiative Over 1,300 have gone to Research di

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