Replacement Coping; Adolescent Girls of Childhood Trauma and Substance Use

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Florence Kate Yingst Anjanette Wells

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By Florence Kate Yingst, Social Work


Advisor: Anjanette Wells


Presentation ID: AM_A49


Abstract: Adolescent Girls who are victims of early childhood trauma and have found substance use as effective coping, though, substance use had led to addiction and has began to prevent these girls from having a successful futures. Through the use of the childrens home of northern kentucky, these girls will participate in programs to help them find the replacement coping that can deal with the stressors of childhood trauma and be able to cope in effective ways while ruling out substances.

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AM Poster Session -- Great Hall -- A: Social Justice & Social Well-Being