Amanda Decker, host of the Organizing for Change Podcast, sat down with our friend and colleague Dr. Robert Sege to talk about the importance of balancing ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences) with HOPE (Healthy Outcomes from Positive Experiences). Those of you who have come to the Montana Summer Institute during the past few years have had the pleasure of hearing Bob speak about our HOPE work and the amazing ways in which positive experiences impact the brain. Listen to this podcast to hear more of his insights about this important topic. For more information, you can download the HOPE report on the resources page of our website.
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