You are here


posted June 22, 2017

NFRC Director of Training and Intervention Development, Dr. Catherine Mogil, will be presenting in an upcoming webinar titled From Diapers to Diplomas: Exploring Resilience in Military Children. This 90-minute Military Families Learning Network webinar is on Thursday, July 13 at 8:00 am PDT. Dr. Mogil will teach webinar attendees best practices for addressing the challenges military and veteran families face and emphasize the effectiveness of family-based interventions. Webinar attendees are eligible for 1.5 CEU credits through the University of Texas at Austin’s School of Social... Read more

posted June 21, 2017

This week, direct service staff from all over Connecticut learned to implement the STRIVE Program in a training sponsored by The Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness. The training was led by Dr. Lauren Marlotte, UCLA NFRC Associate Director of Training and Dr. Susana Lopez.

Project Strive is a family-centered behavioral intervention designed to reduce youth homelessness and increase family stability. Initially developed at UCLA in 2004, this five-session intervention targets newly homeless youth and their families. The intervention aims to increase positive family interactions... Read more

posted June 20, 2017

Dr. Catherine Mogil, the Director of Training and Intervention Development at the Nathanson Family Resilience Center, recently attended the Supporting the Child to Honor the Family symposium held in Washington, D.C. Clinicians, providers, researchers, and military families attended the first-ever symposium sponsored by the nonprofit Our Military Kids. The symposium included a panel of family members of wounded warriors who spoke about the impact that combat injuries, both physical and invisible, had on their families, and how these injuries changed family relationships.... Read more

posted June 14, 2017

Join us on June 21st for a special STAR Seminar featuring Dr. Michael Strober. Visit for more information.


posted May 31, 2017

The UCLA NFRC is pleased to announce the FOCUS on Foster Families web portal! Building upon the success of the FOCUS on Foster Families mobile app, this new portal provides the right story at the right time for foster youth and caregivers in an easy to use, online format. Users can access videos, PDF resources, and other tools that teach strategies to support resilience, including problem solving, goal setting, emotion regulation, and communication. 

This resource is available FREE at http://nfrc.ucla.... Read more

posted May 26, 2017

UCLA NFRC's Dr.  describes the hidden struggle of homeless veteran families in a recent article published by The Conversation.

Read the full Article -

posted May 3, 2017

The UCLA Semel Institute California Behavioral Health Center of Excellence held a conference recently focused on advancing mental health equity in California. Presenters at the conference focused on recent research supporting mental health equity and offered insight into current trends. 

During the conference, UCLA NFRC Director, Dr. Patricia Lester, Pia Escaduero, LCSW, Director of School Mental Health at LAUSD, and Dr. Sheryl Kataoka, Professor in Residence at UCLA presented on their recent work addressing child mental health disparities in schools. 


... Read more

posted May 1, 2017

On May 1st, the UCLA Nathanson Family Resilience Center Team hosted a workgroup meeting at the UCLA GLAVA Veteran Family Wellness Center. The meeting included discussions about the way family services could impact the lives of Los Angeles area veterans. Following a tour of the facility, attendees were treated to an actvitiy fair that provided a sampling of strategies that center staff will use to engage families in skill-building. Attendees included leadership from the VA, veterans and family members, and local and national community leaders.

Learn more about the UCLA GLAVA Veteran... Read more

posted March 18, 2017

UCLA NFRC's Dr. Norweeta Milburn is featured for her work to prevent teenage homelessness on APA PsycIQ. You can access the full article here: