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Addressing Adversity

As part of the Beyond Adversity campaign, Young Minds have launched Addressing Adversity - they’re calling on the government to make childhood adversity and trauma a public health priority.

They believe “all professionals who work with children – including NHS workers, teachers, social workers and police – should have training about the effects of trauma on behaviour and clear guidance about how and when to ask about traumatic experiences.”

For more information on the report and to download the e-book and poster, please visit their website .

You might also find our ACEs and Trauma Informed Care Pinterest Board of interest...


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