Reflection Sciences’ newest team member and Social Impact Ambassador, Seth Saeugling, is working with North Carolina area schools to research the effects of trauma, specifically the impact of adverse early childhood experiences (ACES), on student well-being and functioning.

Saeugling is a learner and builder at heart. His mission is to advance the science and practice of how we, as a community, support our vulnerable parents and their children. He believes that our communities are the most important resource for our children and that certain interventions, such as executive function skill building, can buffer the negative effects of adversity.

“I believe it’s possible to break the cycle of trauma,” Saeugling said. “And that belief isn’t like pie in the sky. That’s rooted in science. That’s rooted in belief in people and community.”

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