Podcast 7, Intervention and Treatment in Children’s Mental Health, highlights the importance of level, supportive environments during childhood development; examines the negative consequences of maltreatment (such as post-traumatic stress disorder, depression and addiction), which can continue throughout life; and identifies treatment options involving healthcare professionals, parents and children exposed to toxic stress.
Seventh episode in a podcast series on Early Brain Development and Addiction for Undergraduate Medical Education.
This podcast series is based on lectures from the Alberta Family Wellness Initiative, a knowledge mobilization initiative designed to translate scientific research into policy and practice. The podcasts were developed by the Association of Faculties of Medicine of Canada with guidance from a project advisory committee, and produced by Hugh Kellam and Colla MacDonald at the University of Ottawa. Narration was done by Hugh Kellam. This project was sponsored by the Norlien Foundation.
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