Good Morning! 

I travel the country speaking, teaching and training workshops on Adverse Childhood Experiences and would consider it a privilege and honor to be considered to speak at your conference.  I would also welcome someone from your group to appear on my LIVE Radio Program, "Breaking the Silence with Dr. Gregory Williams" to talk about your Breaking Barriers conference.

If you are interested and would like to continue the conversation, please contact me at

Thanks so much!

Dr. Gregory Williams

Baylor College of Medicine/Texas Children's Hospital

Houston, Texas


Hello. If you are interested in a Northern perspective, I present in many indigenous communities about the affects of trauma and ACE's research. I live in Prince George, BC, Canada. Be an amazing opportunity to build connections across the border. My business is Two Rivers Intercultural Trauma Awareness, TRITA Training and Consulting. My website is u see construction but you can find me on Facebook. 


Hi - I'll toss my hat in the ring as well - I would like to talk about the role of grief and ACES and how the Grief Recovery Method can be used as an easily accessible, community based, evidence-based approach to dealing with ACES and how our counterpart program Helping Children with Loss can be used to help parents and other adults who care for/about children/youth deal with the loss/grief they experience.  Trauma is what happens via those ACES - grief is what's left afterwards... our programs address the unresolved grief and provide tools and skills that can be used for a lifetime to build and enhance resilience.  My email is  I can also send you a link to a talk I gave at an international conference in 2016 if you're interested.  thanks for asking...  

Lois Hall

HI Stephanie -- Congratulations on making this Breaking Barriers conference happen!  I would be honored and excited to support you in making it the best possible.  I love speaking on the connections between ACEs and mental health and on the possibilities for post trauma growth offered by a holistic healing process that connects body, brain, mind and spirit.  I also am a NAMI advocate and speaker.  My own story informs my presentations and my interest in the fabulous science that is now available to help us understand what is going on in our minds and bodies.  Please feel free to email me at  Bonnie Armstrong

Youth ALIVE!'s START (Screening & Tool for Awareness & Relief of Trauma) has been shared at other ACE venues and may be of interest to you.  It is a tool we developed with a group of young men recovering from their own gunshot wounds, to help identify otherwise neglected symptoms of trauma and to offer a bit of relief to the sufferer.  If you are interested in this as a possible topic feel free to contact me at


I would be honored to present at your Mental Health Conference. The ACEs training offered can be customized to meet your audience needs in identifying underlying mental health issues, addressing unexpected loss and death, as well as presenting from a Christian perspective.

The mission of Legacy Behavioral Health Training Center (LBHTC) is to reduce and prevent childhood and family trauma, by educating communities regarding Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs). We seek to improve the mental health status of individuals, especially people of African Descent by supporting faith base institutions, social service agencies, military and the educational communities to increase healthy interaction and eliminate mental health disparities.

I can see why I don’t think it is ethical to be a doctor anymore.  At times I wonder if maybe I’m a little crazy or dramatic, no... all the signs are there.  One thing is said or implied but something else is done and it’s never what’s best for those with the least power or say.  

So many people trying to heal from what never should have been broken in the first place.   People put in cages for money.   There are people who know how to create a peaceful and non-violent society but there is no benefit in that.  I guess it is what it is.

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I would be interested in doing a workshop - I recently published a book "Women Who Were Sexually Abused as Children: Mothering, Resilience, and Protecting the Next Generation" - I would discuss ACEs as it impacts this population (21 million mothers in the US) and their struggles but more importantly I would explore the factors that contribute to their resilience - Below is the link to the book on Amazon including testimonials from Stephen Porges and Christine Courtois 

I look forward to hearing from you


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