CCFW staff member, Shayla Collins, co-authored this important research article “Who May Be Competent? Mothering Young Children of Color with Disabilities and the Politics of Care” in Equity and Excellence in Education.
Abstract Parents living in low-income contexts shouldered disproportionate hardships during the COVID-19 pandemic with consequences to maternal mental health and child adjustment. The current study uses a sample of first-time mothers (N=147) of young toddlers, all living in low-income contexts, to examine the roles of pre-pandemic and COVID-19-specific risk and individual resilience factors in the
In this Zero to Three Professional Resource, learn how teachers’ experiences and mental health can serve to escalate or soothe young children’s trauma and stress.
In concurrent and longitudinal analyses, we examined negative emotionality-by-effortful control interactions in predicting anxiety, depression, and conduct problems in 214 children aged 8–12.
Dr. Lengua, CCFW staff members Robyn Long and Katie Spink, and academic partners examined the benefits of Be REAL when it was offered in various campus settings. Long, R.B., Kennedy, M., Spink, K., & Lengua, L. J. (in press). Evaluation of the Implementation of a Well-being Promotion Program for College Students, Frontiers in Psychiatry. doi.org/10.3389/fpsyt.2021.610931
In this study, CCFW Academic Partner Dr. Cynthia Price examined the effects of the mind-body intervention Mindful Awareness in Body-oriented Therapy as an adjunct to women’s substance use disorder treatment.