Announcing our newest curriculum, Mind Matters: Overcoming Adversity and Building Resilience, to equip youth- and adult-serving programs with powerful tools to help clients move past the effects of adverse experiences.

Young people who have experienced trauma and toxic stress often have difficulty regulating their emotional responses when facing challenges in school, life, and relationships. As students learn the skills and strategies in Mind Matters, they can begin to say, “I am not a victim of what happened to me.”

“This is a long-overdue curriculum. We've known for years that many of our students have experienced trauma and other adverse life events.”

Bill Doherty, Ph.D.

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University of Georgia

Factors with Romantic Relationship Self-Efficacy

Following Youth-Focused Relationship Education. Variability exists in how relationship and marriage education programs are implemented in uncontrolled real-world settings. Our findings suggest that program outcomes … MORE>>

Promoting Self-Regulation


Adolescents/Young Adults:

A Practice Brief from the Office of Planning, Research, and Evaluation. Self-regulation has become recognized for its foundational role in promoting well-being across the lifespan, including physical, emotional, social and … MORE>>

2nd Wednesday Webinar


February 14

Daddy Don’t Go Dismantling the “deadbeat dad” stereotype. Emily Abt, the producer/director of “Daddy Don’t Go”, will describe the “whys” and “hows” of her feature length documentary about four disadvantaged fathers in New York City as they struggle to beat the odds and defy the deadbeat dad stereotype ... Go here to find out more.

The Preventable Problem That Schools Ignore

Preventable Problem

That Schools Ignore

Educators are ill-equipped to help victims of dating violence. Nearly 1.5 million high-school students in the U.S. are physically abused by dating partners every year. More than one-third of 10th-graders (35 percent) have been physically or verbally abused by dating partners, while a similar percentage are perpetrators of such abuse. … MORE>>