The Stress, Trauma, and Resilience (STAR) Seminar brings together experts in the field of child and family trauma to discuss important topics related to prevention science, family intervention, best practices, and cutting edge research.
STAR Seminar meets bimonthly at 9:00 AM alternating with the Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Rounds. Contact us for more information!
Past Seminars Watch online!
Stress and Coping in Families of Medically Ill Children | Heather Bemis, PhD
Project Fatherhood: Father Involvement is a Game-Changer | Alan-Michael Graves, MSPA
Supporting Grieving Families | Dolly Phillips, MA, LMFT & Loren Delgado, MSW
Parenting Behavior as a Risk and Resilience Promoting Factor | Steve S. Lee, PhD
Beat the Odds®: Social and Emotional Skill Building Delivered in a Framework of Drumming | Ping Ho, MA, MPH
Risk and Resilience in Second- and Third- Generation Holocaust Survivors | Melissa Wasserman, PsyD
Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation | Richard Cohen, PhD
How Reflective Parenting Can Improve Your Clinical Work | Regina Pally, MD
Infant Mental Health: Addressing Unique Needs of Children Ages 0-3 Residing in Foster Care | Catherine Lippincott, PsyD
Family-centered feedback: How to provide effective, sensitive, and family-centered feedback to parents of young children | Blair Paley, PhD
He, she, or they: Patient and provider perspectives on gender identity disclosure and data capture in the electronic health record | Hale Thompson, PhD
Trauma from an international perspective: A Spanish model | Susana de Cruylles, MFT
Mechanisms of risk and resilience | William Saltzman, PhD
Notification of your planned attendance is always appreciated, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.