There are connections between Adverse Childhood Experiences and Adult Health

In this podcast Aubrey Cole is joined by Andrew Willis and Barry Goldstein of the Stop Abuse Campaign. In this discussion we make the connection between our adverse childhood experiences and adult physical and emotional health.

We also talk about how we need to adjust our understanding of abuse in society and the judicial system in order to better help children suffering.

Meet our Speakers:

Andrew Willis

Andrew WillisAndrew Willis is a Co-founder of the Stop Abuse Campaign. A campaign supporting survivors and supporters of abuse and enabling them to make the real world public health changes required to stop abuse within this generation. And, they do that through supporting prevention projects in education, intervention and victims rights, driving action through their partner Read more >>>

Barry Goldstein

Barry GoldsteinBarry Goldstein has been working in the domestic violence movement for over 30 years as an attorney, advocate and author. This October he launched a campaign with the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence and the Stop Abuse Campaign to stop domestic violence – and he’s just written a book that describes how they will achieve it. Read more >>>


The Podcast

Approximately 20 minutes each

Part 1

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Part 2

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Some Links and References

Find out more about the ACE-Study

Read more on the Quincy Solution

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Aubrey Cole

Aubrey Cole

I survived a quarter century of psychological, emotional, economic and sexual abuse. When I got out, I vowed to help others do the same and founded the Emotional Abuse Survivors Network project in 2012. Now, I offer hope and healing to others on their journey as they rediscover themselves. My forthcoming books, Bodies in the Basement and Define Winning, chronicle my experiences, escape, and recovery. There is nothing so special about me that others can't emerge and thrive.

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