ACES: Brain Development, the Biology of Stress, the Adverse Childhood Experience studies, & Informed Approach.
SPEAKER: Scientist, author, professor, dog musher, and founder of the Alaska Family Violence Prevention Project, Dr. Linda Chamberlain is an internationally recognized keynote speaker and advocate on domestic violence, Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), brain development and trauma, and the amazing adolescent brain. Known for her abilities to translate science into practical strategies with diverse audiences, she conveys a message of hope. Her current work focuses on brain-body strategies that work with the brain from the bottom-up to address how stress/trauma are stored in the body and to engage our instinct to heal. Certified in several practices to promote resilience, self-regulation and well-being, she demonstrates simple skills that can be taught to children, adolescents and families. Dr. Chamberlain teaches at the University of Alaska and earned public health degrees from Yale School of Medicine and Johns Hopkins University. The author of numer-ous national curricula and the Amazing Brain Series, she recently released an online toolkit on Addressing the Inter-sections Between Domestic Violence and Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs). Recognition for her work includes a Scientist Scholar with the Fulbright Arctic Initiative, a National Kellogg Leadership Fellowship, an Alaska Women of Achievement Award and the Inaugural Scattergood Foundation Scholar on Child Behavioral Health.
Workshop for Teachers and professionals
Public Speech for General Public