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Distraught child holding on to his mom
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Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)  Adverse childhood experiences can elicit or exacerbate a wide array of repercussions across an individual’s lifespan. For instance, the consequences of ACEs can seriously harm a child’s cognitive, behavioral, emotional, social, learning, and physical health capabilities. Designed for professionals, this 2-hour training provides attendees with a working understanding of the definitions, causes, […]

Downward view of adolescent sitting up in bed at night with his arms folded around his legs pulled up to his chest
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Autism and Sleep Disturbances: Causes, Consequences, and Interventions Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by social-emotional issues, communication deficits, and repetitive behaviors. Complicating matters, many individuals diagnosed with ASD also suffer at least one other disorder. Perhaps the most common comorbid issue in children with autism is sleep problems (e.g., issues falling […]

Small child in a flannel shirt and jeans sitting on the floor with his back to the camera and his legs spread apart
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Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Adverse Childhood Experiences Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a developmental condition that affects 1 in 54 children in America (CDC, 2020). Although symptoms can vary in type and severity, individuals on this spectrum often struggle in social settings (e.g., communication deficits), exhibit restricted and/or repetitive behaviors or interests, and may […]

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Childhood Trauma and Executive Function Deficits Executive functions (EF) are a complex neuropsychological construct involving several higher order cognitive processes. These processes guide, direct, monitor, and control behaviors, cognitions, and adaptive skills and functions. Executive functioning capabilities impact a variety of daily occupations required for independence from ADLs to academics, social skills, leisure and play […]

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Childhood Trauma and Self-Regulation Deficits: Screening, Intervention, and Common Concerns and Complications Self-regulation skills are critical to a diverse range of emotional, behavioral, social, and physical health functions. When self-regulation skills are compromised, the likelihood of several short- and long-term outcomes such as problematic behaviors and risky decision making increases. Exposure to childhood trauma impedes […]

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Childhood Trauma and Sleep Disturbances Sleep disturbances are common among children and adolescents and exacerbated when individuals have been exposed to early life traumatic experiences and toxic stress. Sleep, recognized as an occupation in the OT Practice Framework, is one area particularly susceptible to the negative effects of exposure to trauma. When unidentified or untreated, […]

Two small children playing in the sand
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Childhood Trauma and Theory of Mind Deficits Theory of mind is the ability to not only recognize and comprehend the mental states of oneself and others but also to recognize that mental states can vary among individuals. These aspects of ToM are the building blocks of human interaction, enabling an individual to recognize, comprehend, and […]

Young boy sitting near a dirty wall with his feet pulled up, arms crossed over them, and head bent down
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Complex Trauma Among Pediatric Populations Complex trauma involves chronic, prolonged, and repeated exposure to traumatic situations and events that often escalate over time. It typically occurs early in life during times of critical development within the caregiver and family system. When such instances occur, this can result in wide-ranging, and long-term neurological, developmental, psychological, social, […]

Therapist working with small child and jumbo Lego blocks
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Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder and Its Connection to Trauma Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) is a group of conditions precipitated by prenatal exposure to alcohol. This neurodevelopmental condition can be characterized by a diverse array of impairments including cognitive (e.g., memory), social (e.g., verbal and nonverbal communication), and adaptive functioning (e.g., decision making). Complicating matters, […]

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Neurodevelopmental Disorders (NDDs) and Adverse Life Experiences Neurodevelopmental disorders such as autism spectrum disorder (ASD), attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD), and intellectual disabilities (ID) are common disorders that can contribute to cognitive, behavioral, emotional, and social deficits. and challenges for impacted individuals. They are likely to disproportionately experience trauma relative to the […]

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Toxic Stress: Causes, Consequences, and Interventions Did you know that toxic stress exposure is associated with several neurobiopsychosocial consequences throughout the lifespan? Designed for pediatric therapists and other professionals, this 2-hour training provides attendees with a working understanding of the causes, consequences, and interventions associated with toxic stress exposure. Special emphasis is placed on implications […]

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Trauma-Informed Treatment Interventions for Pediatric Therapists A history of exposure to trauma and other life adversities are common among individuals seeking services from behavioral health providers. Trauma Informed Care (TIC) is an overarching philosophy, framework, and organizational structure designed to better understand and recognize the impact of trauma on individuals through a strengths-based perspective. Designed […]