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Adverse Childhood Experiences (April 2019) Conference Recording

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Exposure to adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) is shown to have cascading effects on lifetime physical and psychological health, specifically increasing the risk of suicidality, heart disease, substance abuse, insecure attachment and early mortality. Although many individuals respond to loss resiliently, a subset of adults experience complicated grief (CG). The potential role of ACEs in the development of CG is unclear. Thus, this study examines the relation between ACEs and CG, and the role of constructive coping in mitigating grief distress in a large, diverse sample of bereaved adults. Study results and recommendations for clinicians and researchers will be discussed.

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