OH Professional Education Series:The Ripple Effects of an Adverse Childhood
OH Professional Education Series: The Ripple Effects of an Adverse Childhood Experience
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The ACE score, a powerful tool to identify childhood trauma, severe transgenerational trauma, and develop an ontological approach to healing.
Speaker: Adam Carr, Founder and CEO (The Western Zen), Executive Director (Save a Warrior), Verteran Green Beret, MBA, Ohio State and Stanford Grad, Business Coach
About the Speaker:
Adam Carr is the Founder and CEO of The Western Zen, a company focused on transforming companies and organizations through novel, experiential training exercises. He is also the Executive Director for Save A Warrior, the nation’s premiere nonprofit for combating the Veteran/First Responder suicide epidemic. Adam spent 12 years in the U.S. Army as a Special Forces Green Beret. Over his 20 year career, Adam has trained tens of thousands of people in leadership, transformation, and wellness. Adam is a graduate of the Ignite Program at Stanford Graduate School of Business. Adam earned his MBA at The Ohio State University's (OSU) Fisher College of Business. He also holds a B.A. from OSU. Adam lives in Dublin, OH with his
wife Tarah and their three children, Noah, Jonah, and Norah.
1. Brief the "so what" of an adverse childhood experience (ACE) score and how it often has a profound impact later in life.
2. Educate audience on the history of ACE surveys, big data behind the scores, current uses in society and lessons learned
3. Provide a powerful solution for addressing this systematic cultural and familial issue
2 CE Credits will be provided