Training and Education Events

with Community Resilience Facilitators

MRBN provides training and in-person facilitated conversation about ACEs and Resilience

Educational sessions can be customized to your community or organizational needs, utilizing local data to create plans to address your unique needs. Please contact our training coordinator to discuss.

For a basic introduction to Adverse Childhood Experiences, the federal CDC has created introductory modules.

Topics include: Adverse Childhood Experiences, Brain Development, and Toxic Stress, The ACE Study, Prevalence and Consequences of ACEs, Risk and Protective Factors for ACEs, Essentials for Childhood: Assuring Safe, Stable, Nurturing Relationships and Environments

 


Educational events led by the Maine Resilience Building Network’s Community Resilience Facilitators

The Role of Life Experiences in Raising Healthy & Thriving Children & Communities (60-90 min)
An introduction to the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Study; what adverse childhood experiences look like in Maine; the impact of toxic stress on healthy brain development; and the important role that resilience building plays in healthy and thriving children and communities. 

The Role of Life Experiences in Raising Healthy, Thriving Children and Communities (2–2.5 hours)
An Introduction to the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Study; what adverse childhood experiences look like in Maine; the impact of toxic stress on healthy brain development; looking at Adverse Community Environments and their impact on adverse childhood experiences; what ACEs look like, sound like, and feel like for those impacted;
how to build resilience for healthy and thriving children and communities. 

MRBN's Community Resilience Facilitators can help your group have insightful and engaging conversation about the impact of ACEs in your community and ways to build resilience.

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