Promoting Resilience in Black Children and Adolescents
Young people can be inundated with societal pressures that negatively impact their developmental process and their ability to be resilient. The effects of these pressures can be further intensified for Black children and adolescents.
In this webinar, you’ll learn about tools that practitioners at any level can use to promote resilience and well-being among Black teenagers.
Presenters Bree E. Cook, Psy.D., CFLE, and Carlene O. Fider, Ph.D., will offer an overview of current research and literature on resilience and of culturally relevant protective factors that are common in Black families and communities.
They will then provide examples of strengths-based prevention and intervention programs and tools for practitioners, and they’ll share resilience-based strategies that can help reduce health risk behaviors by building on assets in the individual, family, and community. They’ll also highlight ways in which schools, parents, and communities can provide resources for Black boys and girls.
This webinar also will address supporting resilience during a pandemic and how to increase protective factors during a pandemic.
By attending the webinar, you will be able to:
- understand and describe the processes of developing resilience;
- explain the impact of resilience on Black children and teens;
- evaluate the intersection of race and resilience; and
- apply resilience strategies to your own profession.
Approved for 1 CFLE contact hour of continuing education credit.
Intended audiences: practitioners in academia and in community settings
About the Presenters
Bree E. Cook, Psy.D., CFLE, spent the early part of her career working in mental health, child welfare and social service arena providing services and programming for children and families in underserved communities. She has her doctorate degree in clinical psychology with a specialization in multicultural community clinical psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University. Dr. Cook currently is vice president of academic affairs at Pacific Oaks College.
Carlene O. Fider, Ph.D., holds a doctorate degree in family studies from Loma Linda University, master’s degree in marital and family therapy from Loma Linda University, and bachelor’s degree in psychology from Northern Caribbean University (Jamaica). She is passionate about supporting family health and function, specifically for minority communities. Dr. Fider currently is on faculty at Pacific Oaks College.
On-Demand Webinar Recording
Even if you can't watch this webinar live, your registration will still grant you access to watch the recording at your convenience.
Classroom and departmental use licenses allow faculty members to share the video in class or embed the video in their online learning management system. Departmental use licenses allow more than on faculty to use the webinar in their class. We request that links or downloads are not shared with students.
License for classroom use by one professor is available for $129 for NCFR members, $199 for nonmembers.
License for departmental use (multiple professors) is available for $179 NCFR member / $319 nonmember.
Departmental license for CFLE-approved programs is $149.