Positive Childhood Experiences (PCEs)
Adults who report more positive childhood experiences (PCEs) are less likely to suffer from depression or poor mental health – and are more likely to have healthy relationships.
Ministry amongst Britain’s poorest
A conversation about some of the unique pressures of ministry to hard places. "How we do evangelism is completely different - it's new and it's good and it's real, real life."
The Resilience Challenge
What information, if it were flowing through the people of your community, would start them on a journey together toward really strong, healthy living? Could your church be instrumental in doing this?
Resilience Film Screening with Panel - Hull
@Trinity Methodist Church 247 Newland Avenue Hull HU5 2EJ
Resilience: The Biology of Stress and The Science of Hope is a one-hour documentary, directed and produced by Robert Redford’s son, James, that delves into the science behind how extreme or prolonged stressful experience in childhood can affect brain development, leading to health and social problems across the lifespan. This is now recognised to be a leading cause of many physical, mental and social issues.
The film has been used in communities around the world to raise awareness of adverse childhood experiences and initiate discussions and actions to prevent and mitigate their effects.
If you are a parent, professional working in education, children’s services or mental health, a counsellor or trainee counsellor, law enforcement, health services or just interested in the impact of adverse childhood experiences, then this film is a must see for you.
“The child may not remember, but the body remembers.”