Applied and Interdisciplinary Perspectives to Support Ethnic and Racial Issues within Child Development | Webinar
About the webinar:
From a developmentally holistic and intersectional perspective, ethnic and racial issues (ERI) are important to the development of all children and their grown-ups (i.e., not limited to people with minoritized identities). Despite this importance, many professionals working with children may not know whether or how to respond to or incorporate issues related to ethnicity, race, and other identities in their interactions or work. This webinar explores applied perspectives from mental health, physical health, and educational perspectives to orient to ERI issues from a holistic perspective in work with children.
Learning Goals & Objectives:
- Explores what aspects of ERI are salient and should be prioritized in applied contexts.
- Identifies opportunities and challenges in addressing ERI from an intersectional perspective.
- Outlines next steps and areas for increased interdisciplinary collaboration in supporting ERI towards anti-racist development.
- Lauren Mims, Assistant Professor, New York University
- Cecilia Frometa, Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Assistant Professor
- Joyce Javier, Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics at Children's Hospital Los Angeles, Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California
- Catherine Hoyt, Assistant Professor at Washington University School of Medicine
- Mona Abo-Zena, Associate Professor, University of Massachusetts Boston, Webinar Organizer
- Pilyoung Kim, Professor Department of Psychology University of Denver, Co-Organizer