Addressing Adversity Book

Addressing Adversity Book

Evidence, insight and case studies from leading experts, clinicians, commissioners and frontline professionals to raise awareness about the impact of adversity and trauma on the mental health of young people.

Addressing Adversity includes the latest evidence, insight and good practice to support commissioners, providers and practitioners to prioritise adversity and trauma-informed care across England.

What kind of experiences are adverse?

How common are adverse childhood experiences? (ACEs)

How does it impact the lives of young people?

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