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Children Young people Safety and Welfare

More Than Sport: Your Role in Tackling ACEs

In this recording of a Time2learn session, Community Engagement Lead for the ACE Support Hub for Wales Laura Tranter and Clinical Psychologist for Gwent Community Psychology Debbie Mills explore the vital role of the coach in helping children and young people to thrive in the face of adversity

Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) are traumatic experiences occurring during childhood that cause repeated suffering. They can cause direct harm (such as abuse) or indirect harm through living in an often-hostile environment (such as growing up in a house with domestic violence).

Research has shown that regular participation in sport can have a significant impact on mental health and self-esteem.

Presented by Community Engagement Lead for the ACE Support Hub for Wales Laura Tranter and Clinical Psychologist for Gwent Community Psychology Debbie Mills, this session explores the vital role of the coach in helping children and young people to thrive in the face of adversity and the power of the relationships you build.

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