“Ten Proven Practices to Support Child Well-Being & Youth Mental Health in a Changing World”
Hosted by the WashU Brown School of Social Work
The world is volatile and uncertain, and young people face unprecedented, historic challenges that threaten their lives, learning, and well-being. By adopting a “whole child, whole life” approach to our care for children, we can create environments and experiences that promote healthy development and protect well-being.
In this session, we will learn how to build a whole child portrait of the young people in your life, and explore ten proven practices you can use to help them thrive. Information is based on Stephanie’s forthcoming book, “Whole Child, Whole Life: 10 Ways to Help Kids Live, Learn, and Thrive.” This presentation is part of our Alumni Spotlight Series.
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