“How Stress and Trauma Affect ADHD in Children of All Colors — and How to Heal the Wounds” [Video Replay & Podcast #328]

Episode Description

imageChildren who've experienced trauma are at considerably higher possibility of having an ADHD diagnosis and average to critical ADHD symptoms. Adverse early life stories (ACEs) are demanding reports, equivalent to child abuse and forget, that can trigger chronic, damaging ranges of stress in the body. Although ACEs are reported across all racial/ethnic and socioeconomic teams, specific types of trauma, equivalent to racial discrimination, are uniquely skilled through children of colour and would possibly affect ADHD diagnosis and treatment. Listen and be told from Nicole M. Brown, M.D., MPH, MHS, about:

  • How ACEs are defined and recognized
  • How particular sorts of ACEs would possibly cause or exacerbate ADHD
  • The overlap between trauma and ADHD symptoms, and equipment used to distinguish between the two
  • Why it’s important to increase the conventional definition of ACEs to include studies comparable to racial discrimination and bullying

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Meet the Expert Speaker

Nicole M. Brown, M.D., MPH, MHS, is a normal pediatrician and well being services researcher and is the Chief Health Officer of Strong Children Wellness. Her research and skilled interests heart on improving care and service coordination for children who have experienced trauma and the ones with power mental health wishes in the pediatric primary care environment. | See expert’s full bio »

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