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June 14,2017 Childhood Trauma It Happens More Than You Think (NAPSA) experiences happen - but when they happen to children, it can affect their view of the world, their sense of safety, their development, and even their longer-term physical and mental health. According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), more than two-thirds of children reported at least one traumatic experience by age 16. While not every child will - Traumatic be traumatized from a difficult experience, some potentially traumatic eVents could include abuse,, neglect, disaster, violence (physical, sexual and community), bullying or school violence; terrorism, war, serious illness or accident, military family related stress, human trafficking or the sudden loss of a parent or loved one. The numbers are staggering: One in four high school students were in a physical fight. One in five high school .... 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Imagine, then, a traumatized child trying to learn in a classroom - wanting to be alone, distracted by memories of the trauma, and possibly having intense responses to teachers, and students. It is important to understand what may stem from the trauma so that behavior shifts can be linked with what happened and appropriate support can be in place. If that doesnOt happen, school performance, friendships and healthy development can be jeopardized. When Trauma Is Left Unaddressed At times, signs that a mental health concern may be emerging go unrecognized. For some children and families, it can be difficult to reach out for help with mental health. In part, this could be because traumatic experiences can be viewed as something to get through and forget about and are not given the same level of attention as a physical injury. However, the seriousness of traumatic experiences is shifting as more and more people recognize that getting help for traumatic experiences is essential for living a healthy, productive and long life. Between 1995 and 1997, the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Study (www.cdc.gov/ violenceprevention/acestudy/ index.html) was conducted "by'"the," e, enters for ,Bisease Control and Prevention and It s t~e you had the smile you've Kaiser Pern~anente. The Study always (1.reamed oft Call today! examined the effect of "adverse Most Insurance Plans Accepted experiences," such as traumas, experienced in childhood, as Visa and Master Card reported by adult patients of 2602 Wa on St 760 765 1675 a large health plan. The study " revealed that for people who I .... ,:. 11 111{ I have five or more adverse " ' g childhood experiences, their Di si0n0f I .life span was shortened by I I.com,eteF. approximately 25 years. This I" " F 'X I. 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Julian Chiropractic What You Can Do While every child is different, there are some things you can do to help in the aftermath of trauma. Assuring and reassuring the child of safety will help to reduce anxiety and stress. Make sure the child knows that whatever happened isnOt his or her fault, as kids often blame ~~1~;7 themselves when something completely out of their control takes place. Being patient and R listening withoutjudgment will help the child to cope with what has happened, while giving you important insight into how the $0, e I'e$ child is doing and managing Comes to you I Specializing in Reflexolo m/~ Jin Shin Superior Circulatory Massage Call today for your Healing Experience CA. Certified, License & Insurance #64597 760~ 518 5350 760-765-3456 N{m' ,@a//able Certified Animal Adjus'ting Only $30.00 what took place. And if you have concerns for your child's well- being or he/she is not improving over time, consider seeking help from a trained professional. When needed, a mental health professional trained in evidence- based trauma treatment can help children and families cope and move toward recovery. Ask your pediatrician, family physician, school counselor or clergy member for a referral. SAMHSA offers some practical tools that can be helpful to parents, guardians, caregivers and teachers when a child may have been traumatized - and some that are specific to the continued on page 7 Park California State Parks Foundation's Park Champions Program holds volunteer work days in state parks across California. This program was created in response to the unprecedented budget cuts that California State Parks face right now. In partnership with California State Parks, Park Champions provide consistent, ,~U,~)aina,b,!e.,yolun.t,~,,er support in Abe areas of park maintenance and beautification. Park Champions projects improve the quality, safety and preservation of our state parks. Projects in the past year have included trail repair, invasive plant removal, habitat restoration, the rehabilitation of an historic orchard, fence construction, bridge construction, and re- painting park structures. If you enjoy volunteering outdoors, want to work with a fun group of people, and you want to make a difference in our state parks, then become a Park Champion and join us for the next work day happening near you! Volunteers ages 17 and under must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian, Please check the workday description for the recommended minimum age for each project and email ParkChampions@calparks.org with questions. Cuyamaca Rancho State Park: Saturday, June 17, 2017 - 8:30am to l:30pm Help clear vegetation & maintain trails. Volunteers ages 14 & older welcome if accompanied by legal guardian. Free camping available for registered volunteers; campers must RSVP with Michele. Hernandez@parks.ca.gov. Saturday, July 15, 2017 - 8:30am to l:30pm Help clear " vegetation & maintain trails. Volunteers ages 14 & older welcome if accompanied by legal guardian. Free camping available for registered volunteers; campers must RSVP with Michele. Hernandez@parks.ca.gov. Saturday, August 19, 2017 - 8:30am to l:30pm Help clear vegetation & maintain trails. Volunteers ages 14 & older welcome if accompanied by legal guardian. Free camping available for registered volunteers; campers must RSVP with Michele. Hernandez@parks.ca.gov. Saturday, September 16, 2017 - 8:30am to l:30pm Help clear vegetation & maintain trails. Volunteers .ages 14 &'older welcomeif accompanied by legal guardian. Free camping available for registered volunteers; campers must RSVP with Michele. Hernandez@parks.ca.gov. The Julian News 3 Blues Bash continued from page 1 of American rock and blues, and unlike some others, he isn't afraid to tackle the controversial issues of today. The McCoy Brothers Band were originally formed in 2012, all of them musicians and friends from the local San Diego area. Each had lived their lives writing and making music in different musca arenas One day they all managed ... to be in the same place, at the same time...the music poured out of them.., and the brotherhood was Ben Robinson - At almost born. 6'6 Ben has a bigger than life Their music can only presence and many add that he be described as Southern has tremendous star power yet California... Southern Fried Rock. still is very approachable and The unique blend of songwriting personable. Most say he has and musical backgrounds each wisdom, discernment and a God McCoy brought to the band, gave given ability that belies the fact them their original sound. Not that he is only 22 years old. At quite fitting into any one genre, 9 years of age California guitar blues, country or rock...they've slinger Ben Robinson !ocked him worked hard on perfecting their self in his room with a guitar his craft. With a trove of original father had given him, and soon songs, eachsongwritertellsyoua taught himself how to play. "1 story about his life's experiences. copied Stevie Ray's every lick The ups and downs...the good then worked hard to create my and the bad. A soundtrack of own style", their lives ! Ben's career as an artist almost ended in 2006. While performing, he noticed a woman being threatened by a man, and jumped in to help her, the man broke a beer bottle and attacked Ben, cutting his left wrist, narrowly missing the ligaments, although injured quite badly, he was soon able to play again, most importantly,: the woman was not injured. Earl Thomas - Calling Earl Thomas a "blues singer" is kind of like saying Coltrane was just a saxophonist.. Or, if you want a more musically relevant analogy, it's like labeling B.B. Kingas just a guitar player. You can't accurately describe such artists using this sort of limited vocabulary or myopic frame of reference. Each defies categorization because they're able to transcend their instrument. For the rest of us, it might be merely a matter of reeds and strings and vocal chords. For such rare individuals, their instrument is an extension of their life - it's a tangible manifestation of their soul. Back Porch Stage, Chris Fast Band - The Chris Fast band is a high energy, traditional, four- piece Chicago Blues band, with a solid reputation as one of the hardest working, busiest blues bands in the greater San Diego area. Our venues range from private parties and small clubs, performances at low volume in an intimate setting, to large music festivals, and events that are taking place outdoors for a large audience on the big concert stage. The band is comfortable playing in any setting. Tickets are $35 at the gate. Active and retired servicemen/ women with spouse / proper id: $25 each, at the gate, the day of the show. Ages 13-18 - $5.00 at the gate Ages 12 and under are FREE Free Parking Gates open at 10:00 a.m. Show: 11:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Beach chairs and small umbrellas, pop ups will be further back and welcome Please NO coolers or pets great affordable food choices, great affordable beer selection There is no ATM access at the venue location. Cash & checks will be gladly accepted.