Youth who are maltreated might face a number of difficulties in the classroom, including social and emotional problems. However, some maltreated youth show resilience, such as the ability to overcome their adversities and succeed.

Join this webinar by the Transform Research Center for teachers and educators discussing how to recognize the consequences of child maltreatment and how to foster resilience. Presenters will also discuss how teachers can support traumatized youth in the age of COVID-19.


- Erinn Duprey, Ph.D.
- Melissa Heatly, Ph.D

The TRANSFORM Research Center brings together diverse groups of professionals to share knowledge and transform how we serve children. View their website to learn more:

The TRANSFORM Center is a unique partnership between the University of Rochester (UR) and the University of Minnesota (UMN) with support from the Educational Development Center, Inc. TRANSFORM research is jointly conducted at the UR’s Mt. Hope Family Center and UMN’s Institute for Translational Research in Children’s Mental Health. The TRANSFORM Community Engagement Core (CEC) is housed at UR’s School of Medicine and Dentistry in the Department of Psychiatry, the Laboratory of Interpersonal Violence and Victimization (LIVV) and the Susan B. Anthony Center.

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