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  • Embryonic & Neural Development: Setting the Stage for the Lifespan
  • Dr. Charles A. Nelson, from the Children's Hospital Boston, gives a detailed discussion on the process of embryonic and neural development. He begins with a chronological discussion of the process involved in pre-natal development, followed by an overview of the stages of brain development. The presentation concludes with a thorough discussion of neural plasticity and its relationship to environmental experiences....

  • Adverse Childhood Experiences Video
  • Dr. Vince Felitti presents the results of his ground breaking study on adverse childhood experiences. No study has had greater impact on the understanding of the impact of developmental trauma on adult psychological and medical pathology and age of death. Being aware of these findings is crucial for work....

  • Adverse Childhood Experiences: Posttraumatic Stress Disorder & Beyond VIDEO
  • Dr. Ruth Lanius, from the University of Western Ontario, discusses the broad physical effects of adverse childhood experiences and their role in posttraumatic stress disorder. An overview of the neurobiology of posttraumatic stress disorder is presented as well as implications of findings on attachment and intergenerational transmission of trauma....

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