The First Five Years: The Effects of Childhood Trauma
November 27, 2013
You often hear it said that “Children are resilient” – but perhaps not as resilient as we’d like to believe. There is staggering evidence that trauma in childhood has lasting effects and directly contributes to health, social, and economic outcomes in adulthood.
To learn more about research on childhood trauma, identifying exposure to adverse childhood experiences, and the prevention of child maltreatment, visit Maryland Family Network's site.