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This novel multi-site study will explore young people’s experiences, understandings of mental health and adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) using varied creative arts-based methods. Adverse childhood experiences are difficult, and potentially traumatic events, which may have lasting effects on health and well-being. This includes direct experiences of neglect; physical, mental or sexual abuse; adverse household experiences such as violence or substance abuse; and community risks such as poverty and peer victimisation. Many young people experience ACEs and ATTUNE hope to understand the effect of ACEs on adolescent mental health.

Part of our Mental Health across the Life-course research theme

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