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.

Objectives:

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

Time 10AM-12PM

2 CE Credits will be provided

Details
Date:

March 12

Time:

10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Event Category:

The Recovery Village Columbus Continuing Education Events

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Organizer

The Recovery Village Columbus Continuing Education

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