Links Between Adverse Childhood Experience and Adult Wellbeing

Friday, September 18, 2020 9:00 AM | Preston Patterson (Administrator)

"Links Between Adverse Childhood Experience and Adult Wellbeing"

Presented by Lisa Minter, LMHC  | 1 CEU Available

We are pleased to offer this on-demand webinar to or MHCCF members and non-members (fee applicable). Please feel free to watch the video at any time. Successful completion of the quiz below will be required to ensure you receive CEU credit for your viewing of this online presentation.


Release Date: September 18, 2020 at 9:00 AM

This training will highlight the impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences on mental illness and direct links to functional ability as an adult. Research studies will be reviewed to highlight the significance of the ACEs score and statistical outcomes. Treatment implications, such as trauma informed care and empowerment-oriented approaches will be introduced.


1. Participant will be able to define “ACEs.”

2. Participant will be able assess for ACEs in clients.

3. Participant will be able to identify clinical implications of ACEs scores in clients.

4. Participant will be able to identify specific trauma-informed practices to treat ACEs in clients.


Lisa Minter is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC). She has worked with individuals and families in both private practice and inpatient settings for over 10 years. She is trained in EMDR which is a trauma resolution therapy. She is active in the Greater Orlando EMDRIA study group. She is experienced in working with individuals and families affected by ACEs as well as adult trauma. She graduated from Rollins College in 2006 with a Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling and a Certificate in Marriage and Family Counseling.




Please be sure to complete the following quiz. Once the quiz is complete, allow our team up 60 days to process your CEU credits. You will receive your CEU Certificate once your CE's have been submitted to CE Broker.

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