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Which Type of Childhood Traumas Did You Experience?

Have you ever felt that your past experiences have negatively affected your current state of being? Your childhood plays a major role in shaping the person you become as you grow older. Adverse Childhood Experiences, or ACEs for short, are traumatic events that occur before the age of 18. If you experienced ACEs, you may suffer from poorer physical and mental health and emotional trauma. Watch this video and let us know how many types of these childhood traumas do you relate to! If you want to learn more about how childhood trauma affects us later in life, we've made a video on that too: https://youtu.be/N2oUfg7qNG0 Credits: Writer: Chloe Avenasa Script Editor: Parker Vanessa Script Manager: Kelly Soong VO: Amanda Silvera Animator: Samantha Alea YouTube Manager: Cindy Cheong Click here to see more videos: https://alugha.com/Psych2Go References: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services – Children’s Bureau (2020). “Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs).” Retrieved 28 April 2020 from www.childwelfare.gov/topics/preventing/preventionmonth/resources/ace/ Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (2016). “About the CDC-Kaiser ACE Study: Major Findings.” Retrieved 28 April 2020 from www.cdc.gov/violenceprevention/acestudy/about.html. National Survey of Children’s Health (2016). “Trends in Adverse Childhood Experiences.” Retrieved 28 April 2020 from www.childtrends.org/indicators/adverse-experiences Teicher, M. P., Anderson, S. L. (2011). The Neurobiological Consequences of Early Stress and Childhood Maltreatment. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, 27 (10); 33-44. Glasser, M., Kolvin, I., Campbell, D., Leitch, I., & Farelly, S. (2001). The Cycle of Child Abuse: Links Between Being a Victim and Becoming A Perpetrator. Journal of Psychiatry, 17 (9); 482-497. Bovarnick, S. (2007). Child Neglect: Short-term and Long-term Outcomes. London: National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children. Yale Medicine Child Study Center (2020). “Parental Depression: How It Affects A Child.” Retrieved 28 April 2020 from www.yalemedicine.org/conditions/how-parental-depression-affects-child/ Anda, R. F., Felitti, V. J., Bremner, J. D., Walker, J. D., Whitfield, C. H., Perry, B. D., & Giles, W. H. (2006). The Enduring Effects of Abuse and Related Adverse Experiences in Childhood. European Archives of Psychiatry and Clinical Neuroscience, 256(3), 174-186. American Addiction Center (2019). “What are the Effects of an Alcoholic Father on Children?” Retrieved 28 April 2020 from www.wamericanaddictioncenters.org/alcoholism-treatment/alcoholic-father Hughes, K., Bellis, M. A., Hardcastle, K. A., Sethi, D., Butchart, A., “Mikton, C., & Dunne, M. P. (2017). The effect of multiple adverse childhood experiences on health: a systematic review and meta-analysis. The Lancet Public Health, 2(8), e356-e366. Schilling, E. A., Aseltine, R. H., & Gore, S. (2007). Adverse Childhood Experiences and Mental Health in Young Adults: A Longitudinal Survey. BMC Public Health, 7(1), 30. Rigby, K. (2003). Consequences of bullying in schools. The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, 48(9), 583-590.

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