Patient-Centered Pediatric Pain Assessment provides a high-level overview of the foundational aspects of the assessment of pediatric pain. The experience of pain has biopsychosocial aspects that depend in part on previous experiences with pain. This course explains the complex relationship between adverse childhood events and pain perception and response in toddlers and school-aged children. Practical strategies to adapt healthcare delivery are provided, and a child life specialist describes her trauma-informed approach, using real patient encounters that have been modified to maintain privacy.