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Resilience, Healing, and Relational Repair: Transforming the Impact of Interpersonal and Sociocultural Trauma on Young Children and Families
Presented by Dr. Vilma Reyes, Assistant Clinical Professor at the University of California, San Francisco
Join us on Tuesday, March 16, from 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm, and hear from Dr. Vilma Reyes as we explore ways to apply trauma informed, relationship-based interventions, and tap into resilience to promote healing and relational repair in families.
Strengthening resilience affects every domain in children's development, family relationships, and health outcomes. Dr. Reyes will present real tools to help families recover from trauma, forced family separation, institutional racism, and toxic fear in support of the well being of young children and their families.
The Karen J. Saywitz Legacy Award Lecture
Join us for the first Karen J. Saywitz Legacy Award Lecture and CAPSAC Awards Ceremony. CAPSAC is delighted to announce that one of Dr. Saywitz’s earliest and longest collaborators, Gail Goodman, Ph.D., at UC Davis, is the recipient of CAPSAC’s Karen J. Saywitz Legacy Award and will discuss her latest research in her presentation titled, "Interviewing Children and Adults about Childhood Traumatic Touch". Congratulations to graduate student Lindsey Palmer of the University of Southern California, recipient of CAPSAC’s Paul Crissey Award for Outstanding Graduate Student Research- she will present a summary of her research, “A Population-Based Examination of Adolescent Suicide and Child Protective Service Involvement”. CAPSAC is also pleased to announce that Sean Dugan, M.D. will be presented with the Neal Snyder Outstanding Service Award.