Hi,

I was wondering if anyone is familiar with research that shows that a child receiving trauma treatment or other interventions to address ACE(s) can have an impact on the long term effects of ACE(s).  So for instance in the original ACE study, if they had been in therapy or had another intervention as a child to address their ACE(s) would that have an impact on their health and risk factors as an adult?

Thanks!

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Cambria,

It may help to also consider 'other' ACE studies, such as the Texas ACE 'sequel' study reported in [I believe the May 2010 issue of] Preventing Chronic Disease journal, or the World Health Organization's adaptation of the ACE screening tool (the 'WHO ACE International Questionaire')...

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