positive behavior support

Adverse Childhood Experiences

Adverse Childhood Experience is the newest addition to our training curriculum. There will be virtual and in person opportunities to attend this training in 2023. This training is held virtually as a three-part series or a 1 day in-person overview of ACEs and the impact it has on children and adults.

After attending the three sessions, you will be able to:

  • Understand what ACES is and the impact it has on children and adults, including how COVID-19 may impact ACEs
  • Become familiar with the 10 types of ACES and the basic brain science behind it
  • Introduce ways to overcome ACES
  • Introduce steps individuals, families, schools, and providers can do to prevent ACES
  • Learn ways to teach resiliency
  • Understand variables related to resilience; protective factors; and safe, stable and nurturing relationships and environments
  • Provides brief overview of impact of trauma
  • Learn to identify some of the root causes of ACES
  • Identify best practices for preventing ACES
  • Identify what you and your organization can do to prevent ACES

Online Training Information:

February 21,22,23 2023
10:00 AM – 11:30 AM EST

Training Location:

Zoom Meeting (a link for accessing will be sent upon registration)

For questions or help filling out the form, please call 855-558-4296 or email pbs@hsc.wvu.edu.

Registration is now closed.