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research on adverse childhood experiences

29. november, 2020

Mai Ajánlat

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Childhood adversities as risk factors for alexithymia and other aspects of affect dysregulation in adulthood. Emerging hope: outcomes of a one-day surf therapy program with youth at-promise. Rev. Ford (2009) explains how neurophysiological changes occur in the brain that experiences adversity (Berens et al., 2017 brain structure and activity axis). (2019) present a group of children screened for ACEs specifically and assessed in different areas (e.g., children’s stress or resilience) at different points in time; Hurly and Walker (2019) used semi-structured interviews and photo-elicitation to explore refugees’ views on the effects of nature-based leisure on their well-being; and Burgon (2013) used ethnographic methods to approach the experience of young people from hard places in a horsemanship program. Youth Serv. The second work presented the experience with, and the buffering role of the natural environment among immigrants at risk due to inadequate housing, but also due to “social isolation; language difficulties; underemployment or unemployment; noise pollution; transportation difficulties; and systemic barriers in health, education, and government institutions” (Hordyk et al., 2015, p.76). Sharon G. Portwood, JD, PhD, professor of public health sciences at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, received her JD from the University of Texas School of Law, and her PhD from the University of Virginia. 148, 61–67. Health Place 62:102296. doi: 10.1016/j.healthplace.2020.102296, Bourrier, S. C., Berman, M. G., and Enns, J. T. (2018). (2019). Notably, approaches to nature therapy varied much and the same was true for the methodologies employed. Ford, J. D. (2009). (2000). J. Environ. Child Youth Serv. (2019). Res. The original contributions presented in the study are included in the article/supplementary material, further inquiries can be directed to the corresponding author. doi: 10.1516/F2BD-QXEU-NENX-QL3N, Summers, J. K., and Vivian, D. N. (2018). 10, 60–72. Childhood adversities and adult psychopathology in the WHO world mental health surveys. The use of nature for emotion regulation: toward a conceptual framework. Effects of Shinrin-Yoku (forest bathing) and nature therapy on mental health: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Child Care Health Dev. Int. 73, 107–116. Psychiatr. Given the above, it is our view that the mitigating effect of exposure to natural environments needs to be acknowledged, utilized, and researched. ACEs include family abuse (physical, sexual, emotional), neglect (physical and emotional), and family dysfunction (domestic violence, substance abuse, mental illness, separation/divorce, imprisonment of family member) (Felitti et al., 1998). Problems in executive functions have also been reported too. Given the possible overlap between the impact that natural environments have on human physiology and psychology, and the effects of ACEs, we reviewed the literature conducting two separate searches, one for relevant empirical studies that acknowledge nature’s therapeutic potential in relation to ACEs and one for studies that acknowledge nature’s protective potential. ACEs have been acknowledged as an important public health issue: a recent large-scale United States study suggests that as many as the 61.55% of the participants report at least one ACE and 24.64% of the participants report three or more ACEs (Merrick et al., 2018). (2018). “Nature is there; its free”: urban greenspace and the social determinants of health of immigrant families. The polyvagal perspective. The term has been widely used since to refer to these 10 experiences, although additional adverse experiences have been acknowledged in the literature, such as for example economic adversity (see McLaughlin et al., 2012). 60, 244–257. Nature has also been flagged up as a factor for mitigating stress (Ward Thompson et al., 2016) as well as a protective factor for emotional wellbeing (Huynh et al., 2013). Both authors contributed to the article and approved the submitted version. *Correspondence: Alexia Barrable, a.barrable@dundee.ac.uk, Front. J. Am. Ecopsychology 11, 123–129. doi: 10.1016/j.healthplace.2019.04.008, Richardson, M. (2019). Care 180, 889–900. Psychol. Ann. doi: 10.1002/jts.21833, Razani, N., Niknam, K., Wells, N. M., Thompson, D., Hills, N. K., Kennedy, G., et al. Psychiatr. J. Environ. Leis. Hughes, K., Ford, K., Davies, A. R., Homolova, L., and Bellis, M. A. AB conducted the literature searches. Res. J. Some empirical hints on the circadian cortisol rhythm of children in outdoor and indoor classes. Not only has the term adverse childhood experiences, or “ACEs” proliferated in the research literature and professional practice, but its use is increasingly common among a variety of community stakeholders, including the general public, to reference a wide range of traumatic and stressful events. Int. 15:135. doi: 10.1186/s12916-017-0895-4, Berger, R. (2020). (2010). 35, 408–413. Childhood adversities and first onset of psychiatric disorders in a national sample of US adolescents. Trauma exposure among children with oppositional defiant disorder and attention deficit–hyperactivity disorder. Psychol. However, this may be viewed as a false dichotomy, as many of these impacts overlap and are compounded by each other. J. Environ. In terms of executive function, studies in both adults (Bourrier et al., 2018) and children (Schutte et al., 2017; Stenfors et al., 2019) have found positive effects of exposure to nature especially as opposed to urban environments. Med. Mary Haskett, Jennifer Tisdale and Katherine Okoniewski provide information on outreach to homeless children and their families to reduce the risks from ACEs. Anthropol. Psychol. Felliti, V. J., et al. ACEs can have a significant impact on a person’s physical, emotional, and … J. Ment. Beyond PTSD: emotion regulation and interpersonal problems as predictors of functional impairment in survivors of childhood abuse. Biological embedding of childhood adversity: from physiological mechanisms to clinical implications. We then highlight through two different literature searches that evidence on the therapeutic and protective potential of nature with ACEs is limited. A. Environ. For example, disruptions in brain structure and activity link to executive functioning and emotion regulation impairments; hypothalamic pituitary adrenal (HPA) hyper and hypo activity, and autonomic functioning, link similarly to cardiovascular disease, metabolic dysregulation, and psychopathology.

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