Road to Resilience

The Long Arm of Childhood Trauma

April 24, 2019 Mount Sinai Health System Season 1 Episode 11
Road to Resilience
The Long Arm of Childhood Trauma
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Road to Resilience
The Long Arm of Childhood Trauma
Apr 24, 2019 Season 1 Episode 11
Mount Sinai Health System

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.

Show Notes Transcript

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)

Help us tell more great stories by completing our listener survey (http://bit.ly/2knrxzR). Enjoying the podcast? Please rate and review us on Apple Podcasts (https://apple.co/2Nve2Kt).

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.