The scenarios below are designed to help you practice using TRIADS and improve your skills at providing a healing approach to ACEs screening.
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The scenarios below illustrate ACEs screening using the TRIADS framework in clinical encounters between health care team members and patients and families. Each scenario includes:
- Watch and Learn: an opportunity to watch and learn how to integrate the TRIADS framework in a clinical encounter via brief videos and example responses to questions about ACEs screening
- Reflect: a guided self-reflection and a videotaped reflective conversation between health care team members featured in the scenarios with Dr. Alicia Lieberman
- Now You Try It: a guided opportunity to practice applying the TRIADS framework, either individually or in a group
A Mom Feels Protective
Jocelyn is concerned about the questions regarding her 15-month old.
A Teenager Is Reluctant to Fill Out an ACEs Screening
Alex is unsettled by the questionnaire, and returns it to the Medical Assistant with a zero score.
An Adult Is Feeling Depressed
Nadia is scared that reconnecting with difficult childhood memories will make her feel “doomed.”
A Mom Is Concerned about Her Son’s Focus at School
Linda is surprised that ACEs may be contributing to her son’s lack of focus.
A Father Seeks Help for His Son’s Asthma
Adam doesn’t understand what the questions in the ACE screening have to do with his son’s asthma.
FAQ: TRIADS Screening and Response – Questions from Clinicians and their Patients