Continuing Education

Preventing Adverse Childhood Experiences With Concrete and Economic Supports (Archived)

J. Bart Klika, PhD, MSW

Many of the clients we serve are grappling with the long-term effects of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs). As psychologists, you are in a position to address these effects but also to help prevent their occurrence. Dr. Klika reviews the research on concrete and economic supports (e.g., paid family leave, childcare subsidies, earned income tax credits) for preventing ACEs and talks about the role of psychologists in connecting families to these resources.

Year 2024
Credit 1
Level Intermediate
Price $35.00
Learning Objectives
  1. Define the three levels of ACE prevention (primary, secondary, tertiary)
  2. Describe three concrete and economic supports that have been shown to prevent ACEs
  3. Apply strategies for connecting clients who have experienced ACEs to resources in their community.

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