Are the consequences of exposure to adverse childhood and youth experiences associated with a greater likelihood of negative behavioral, educational, criminal and mental health impacts? In the absence of an exhaustive answer, the literature shows us that this possibility may be greater when compared to children and young people who have not experienced negative situations, such as living in environments of domestic violence, mistreatment, the mourning of a loved one, or even war situations. But what do these events have in common, that is, to what extent can we claim to know the national reality in a current and concrete paradigm?
Dr. Miguel Oliveira Rodrigues
- Date: October 13 (Thursday) at 6:30 pm
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Department of Psychology