Date & Time: February 12, 2021 1:00pm – 3:00pm
Location: Virtual

Childhood trauma is not something you just get over when you grow up. Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) has real tangible effects on the developing brain and body. These children are at a much higher risk for developing depression, eating disorders, cancers and even heart disease.

Participants will learn to screen individuals who are at higher risk for developing diseases simply by gaining information about their patient’s childhood history.

Cost and Registration

Regular: $50
Alumni: $25

Register here!

Instructor Bio

Tracy Stopler

Tracy Stopler MS, RDis a registered dietitian in private practice with a Master’s Degree in nutrition from New York University. She has been an adjunct nutrition professor at Adelphi University for twenty-three years. She was the Enough Abuse Campaign Coordinator at The Safe Center on Long Island. Prior to this role, Tracy served as a volunteer SAFER Advocate (Survivor Advocate for Emergency Response), and as a child victim’s advocate, working with abused children and their non-offending family members. Tracy’s award-winning debut novel, The Ropes That Bind, is an inspirational story about overcoming childhood trauma.

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