March 11, 2020
“The Impact of Mind Matters: Results from the University of Louisville’s pilot Study”
Dr. Antle and her colleagues are conducting a randomized control trial to examine the impact of Mind Matters on a host of outcomes related to youths’ emotional regulation, anxiety, interpersonal skills, and resilience. Join the researchers on this project as they discuss their initial findings from the pilot of Mind Matters with high needs youth in the Louisville community. They will focus on youth-related outcomes, lessons learned, and tips for implementing the Mind Matters curriculum.
More than $36 million has been forecast for Healthy Relationship Education, $24 million for Healthy Marriage, and $60 million for Responsible Fatherhood federal grants. Even though the details of the grants are not yet known, there are things you can do NOW that will help you to be ready without making any financial investments.
- Make a PLAN
- PICK a PROGRAM
- Reach out to PARTNERS
NOW is the time to be working through these steps! Got questions or want a free review copy of a curriculum, email us asap.
University of Illinois researchers are finding that not all kids benefit from the same types of parental coaching because kids respond to stress differently. Parents can act as social “coaches,” offering support and advice to youth by offering specific suggestions for facing challenges head-on or by encouraging kids’ autonomy, to “figure it out” on their own. . . . Learn more.
Why are the early years of a child’s life so important for brain development? How are connections built in the brain, and how can early brain development affect a child’s future health? This episode of The Brain Architects dives into all these questions and more.
Dibble works with younger teens to teach them healthy relationship skills early in their lives.
Dibble’s materials teach teens and young adults how to be successful in friendships, dating, and love.