Title of Presentation Proposal

Adverse Childhood Experiences, Resilience and Well-being

Presentation Type

Paper Presentation

Abstract

Using the Trauma, Adaptation and Resilience (TAR) framework (McCubbin, 2016), we examined the pile up of stressors including adverse childhood experiences, two different measures of resilience (individual and ecological models) and their impact on multiple domains of health (physical, psychological, social relationships and environment. The sample consisted of 375 adults. We found support for the TAR model and also different domains of resilience varied in prediction depending on the domain of health.

Start Date

4-13-2018 2:00 PM

End Date

4-13-2018 2:50 PM

Location

Room 4310

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Adverse Childhood Experiences, Resilience and Well-being

Room 4310

Using the Trauma, Adaptation and Resilience (TAR) framework (McCubbin, 2016), we examined the pile up of stressors including adverse childhood experiences, two different measures of resilience (individual and ecological models) and their impact on multiple domains of health (physical, psychological, social relationships and environment. The sample consisted of 375 adults. We found support for the TAR model and also different domains of resilience varied in prediction depending on the domain of health.