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5/25/2022· Domestic Violence

Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) & The Three Little Pigs

By: Rachael Frost

During the past several years, the 1995-1997 Centers for Disease Control and San Diego Kaiser Adverse Childhood Experiences study (ACEs) pioneered by Dr. Vincent Felitti has become a growing topic among those who work with survivors of trauma and abuse. If you are not familiar with the study, ACEs measured different impacts that childhood exposure to trauma(such as divorce, parent/mentor substance abuse, witnessing or experiencing physical or sexual abuse, etc.) can have on adults' future health…

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3/2/2022· Domestic Violence

Frog In A Pot: A Tale Of Domestic Abuse

By: Rachael Frost

Understanding domestic violence as an employer, family member, coworker, Human Resources professional, friend, law enforcement officer, teacher, and more, is extremely important so you can remain an active support person for a victim looking to leave an abusive situation.

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1/3/2022· Domestic Violence

Steps Towards Operating An Effective Abuse Recognition And Prevention

By: Rachael Frost

As threat assessment professionals, corporations, schools, and agencies, how do we effectively address intimate partner violence when each story is different, and each ending may depend upon us? Let us explore four basic steps to creating a successful abuse recognition and response program for in person and virtual employees and clients.

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