A screening of the award-winning documentary Resilience. This is the film that is helping the world wake up to the far reaching impact of childhood trauma on individuals, communities and society.
The findings of the Adverse Childhood Experiences study, published in 1998, have revealed the most important public health findings of a generation. Scientists now realise that childhood trauma is one of the leading causes of everything from heart disease and cancer, to substance abuse, depression and violence. Join us to find out how that was discovered -- and what we can all do to act on its insights.
This screening is being hosted by Dartmouth Films and Connected for Life. The screening will be followed by an audience and panel discussion, giving all attendees a chance to explore the insights generated by the film.
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