Questionnaire, E-booklets, Videos, Articles & Blog posts
Have you heard of ‘Adverse Childhood Experiences’ – and the A.C.E. score?
These relate to research carried out in the 1990s linking difficult childhood experiences and trauma with present day problems.
The research looked at 10 areas, but didn’t include other traumas such as chronic ill-health, extended hospitalisation, or peer and sibling bulling.
The 10 categories of childhood trauma used in the research are:-
- Parental separation or divorce
- Mother treated violently
- Physical abuse
- Physical neglect
- Sexual abuse
- Emotional abuse
- Emotional neglect
- Substance abuse in the household
- Mental illness in the household
- Imprisonment of a household member
How many of these do you recognise from your own childhood?
The higher your ‘score’ the more likely you are to have consequent problems as an adult.
You can find out how your ACE score can affect your long term physical and emotional health by clicking on to this Wikapedia page information HERE
If you want help to overcome the effects of your A.C.E. score the free resources on this page are a great start… and you can then arrange a FREE call (ladies only) with me to discuss how best I can help you further… you can book this call with me HERE
Short videos – Parenting styles and their effects upon childhood:-
YouTube – Click here to view my channel
You’ll find some really helpful short videos about ANXIETY, SELF-ESTEEM, CONFIDENCE, ANGER, IMPROVING SLEEP, & MIND CONTROL, as well as more information about the 5 online courses that you can get from this website too.
I also write articles and blog posts for PSYCHOLOGIES MAGAZINE –
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For a wide selection of my blog posts and articles for Psychologies Magazine’s online platform called LIFE LABS please CLICK HERE
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Blog Posts –
My blog is in a Q&A style, and in my responses I reach down to the causes of the problem…the inner child ‘self’ which governs our behaviours and expectations.
(Most of these blog posts are now also being shared with Psychologies Magazine’s audience)