Saturday Night Live veteran Darrell Hammond, filmmaker Michelle Esrick, and Mount Sinai psychologist Jacob Ham, PhD, discuss childhood trauma, complex post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and healing. Mr. Hammond's experience with trauma, addiction, and recovery is explored in a new documentary film about the lifelong effects of childhood trauma called Cracked Up, directed and produced by Ms. Esrick. (http://bit.ly/2WAVOfm)
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Dr. Ham (http://bit.ly/2HMkl99) is director of the Center for Child Trauma and Resilience at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai (http://bit.ly/2YZT2hd). To host a screening of Cracked Up in your community, follow this link: (http://bit.ly/2Wsjd2I). To learn more about adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) visit acesconnection.com or check out the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's ACEs website (http://bit.ly/2XbxONa). Music by BlueDot sessions. Interview recorded at CDM Studios in New York City.