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Hi, Elaine,

I just now saw this Ask the Community. I live in south-central Indiana. Just a couple of days ago I met a registered pediatric nurse who presented about ACEs at a conference in Monroe County. She is very knowledgeable about ACEs and incorporates ACEs science into her work with children and families. She was also active in something called the "Integrated Health Advocacy Program" through the local hospital, but I am unclear if this program is still in operation (I think the funding may have been lost when the hospital changed to Indiana-University run). As I understand it, this program was ACEs-science based, but not in so many words. I have contacted her about how to view and share her Powerpoint presentation. If I hear back from her I may share the presentation on this site, or at least write a blog post about it.

I'm also interested in finding out about any ACEs initiatives in Indiana. I'll post here if I hear of any.

--Laura

 

 

I live in Terre Haute. I have a private counseling practice where I use EMDR and Theraplay for resolving complex trauma. I'm also the national research director for Theraplay, and am president of the Association of Child & Adolescent Counseling. I would love to join any statewide efforts that others might begin. I've written a lot about early relational trauma and development, and would be open to doing training or consultation for agencies or schools if needed. I really hope IN  gets some momentum going-

Hello,

My name is Jessica Crunkleton. I am a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Certified Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselor Level II, & a Medication Assisted Treatment Specialist. In addition, I’m a Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Therapist with Franciscan Health in Crown Point & Lafayette, Indiana. I recently attended the ACE Master Training in Indianapolis along with several others. We will be presenting throughout the state in the coming weeks & months to better inform the public about ACES. If anyone is interested in having one of our trainers come speak to their organization please let me know. Thanks

Jessica Crunkleton posted:

Hello,

My name is Jessica Crunkleton. I am a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Certified Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselor Level II, & a Medication Assisted Treatment Specialist. In addition, I’m a Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Therapist with Franciscan Health in Crown Point & Lafayette, Indiana. I recently attended the ACE Master Training in Indianapolis along with several others. We will be presenting throughout the state in the coming weeks & months to better inform the public about ACES. If anyone is interested in having one of our trainers come speak to their organization please let me know. Thanks

Hi, Jessica,

Thanks for posting this here. If you haven't already, you might want to also post it to The Indiana ACEs Connection community here.

Best,

Laura 

Hi Elaine!

In response to the ACEs study, multiple partners across Hendricks County (directly west of Indianapolis) have already started offering trauma-informed care and response trainings to schools, churches, businesses, etc.  But, we want to connect all our efforts and coordinate to make a bigger impact, so for the past few months we've been meeting monthly and building a strategic plan to launch a new trauma-informed nonprofit organization called the Hendricks County Trauma Resource Center (HCTRC). HCTRC will be the central training, asset-building, and referral hub for all things trauma-related.

 

Chase

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