Creating Co-Regulation Supports for Adolescents: What, Why, and How

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A University-Based Child and Family Policy (CFP) Consortium  webinar held in collaboration with SRCD.
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During this webinar, speakers presented a co-regulation model for adolescents that was developed based on cross-disciplinary theory and literature reviews.The initial work on this model was supported by the Administration for Children and Families (ACF) through the creation of the Self-Regulation and Toxic Stress Series.

The presentation:

  • provided ACF’s rationale for this work;
  • described the co-regulation model and how it can be translated into specific actions; and
  • addressed how co-regulation approaches are similar to and differ from parent education and therapy programs, how they can be integrated into existing programs, and how they can promote wellbeing on a public health scale.

Presenters:

  • Desiree Murray, Senior Research Scientist, Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • Aleta Meyer, Team Lead, Division of Family Strengthening, Office of Planning Research, and Evaluation, Administration for Children and Families
  • Aly Frei, Project Director, Public Strategies
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