Resilience: The Biology of Stress & the Science of Hope
When: February 19, 2020
Time: 6:00 – 7:30 pm (doors open 5:30 pm)
Cost: FREE. Donations appreciated.
Where: Biosciences Auditorium, 116 Barrie Street, Queen’s University
About the Film
Resilience is a powerful documentary showing how adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) can be linked to several chronic mental and physical conditions and affect our social well-being. It explores how we can put this breakthrough science into action to address what seem like intractable, unsolvable social and health problems.
You can watch a preview of the movie here: https://kpjrfilms.co/resilience/
Why we are hosting this event
“We should be going after (this) like a bear” is a great quote from the movie trailer – and exactly why the Community Foundation has taken such interest in this topic. From what we are learning about ACEs, we see an incredible opportunity to build on our community’s capacities, encourage resilience and take a much more effective (and cost-efficient) approach to some of our most complex challenges.
This special event is a follow up to the recently released Community Insights publication on Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and our recent SOLD OUT Speaker Series on the topic. Visit www.cfka.org/ACEs for a copy of the report, resource list, and summary of related events.
There is already some great work going on in our community. But there is more that we can do.
We are pleased to offer this event FREE to make it accessible to all who wish to attend; but appreciate donations to help support the ongoing work we do in/for the community.
Our thanks to Dr. Tess Clifford/The Psychology Clinic at Queen’s for partnering with us to provide the venue for this public screening.