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Children's Mental Health eReviews

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The Children’s Mental Health eReview is Children, Youth & Family Consortium’s free and accessible online publication that integrates research and practice expertise to improve services and promote children’s mental health. Each eReview issue focuses on a topic relevant to the needs of children and families, and features research-driven articles from University and community professionals. Authors representing diverse perspectives and fields of practice offer ideas for using the research in specific settings.

For more information about the eReview, contact Cari Michaels at cmichael@umn.edu.

Current eReview issue

Adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and trauma in young children: What we know and what we can do

Authors: Katherine Lingras, Ph.D., L.P., Maya Greifer, Kiran Sheikh, Psy.S., Barb Fabre.

Summary: Learn about Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) — what we know and don't know from the research, how they relate to trauma and other experiences, and how to promote resilience.

Explore the Early Childhood Mental Health Toolkit to find more research, training videos, and an online case study about early childhood.

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