ACE Overcomers at the Stanislaus County Family Domestic Violence Conference

Connecting with professionals between sessions who are familiar with the effects of domestic violence.

Last week, I did a presentation about ACEs science and trauma for 150 people who attended Stanislaus County’s 17th Annual Family Domestic Violence Conference in Modesto, CA. The conference participants work in family court, social services, education, law enforcement, and probation.

Dave Lockridge
(L to R) Dave Lockridge; Honorable Linda McFadden of Family Court;  and Dick Monteith, Stanislaus County Supervisor
I explained the effects of trauma, the five sources of anger, and the seven essential questions of every relationship. This presentation is a part of my “Trauma Informed and Beyond” eight-hour seminar for law enforcement officers.
ACE Overcomers has a curriculum called “Building Healthy Life Skills” for high schools, jails, and family courts, as well as a faith-based curriculum, “Overcoming a Difficult Childhood”, which is used across the United States and Canada in rescue missions and churches. I do facilitator training in the ACE Overcomers curriculum across the nation, so if you’re interested in learning more, feel free to contact me.

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Dave Lockridge
Founder and Executive DirectorACE Overcomers
PO Box 457
Atwater, CA 95301

(209) 617-4688

www.aceovercomers.org

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