Dr. Christina D. Bethell

The New Science of Thriving: Prioritizing Possibilities for Child, Family and Community Flourishing
Presented by Dr. Christina D. Bethell, Phd, MBA, MPH

Tuesday, October 4, 10-11:30am on Zoom

This session focuses on the mental, emotional and behavioral health of children and youth and the adults they will become. Participants will be inspired to shift the narrative from trauma and toxic stress to positive childhood experiences and relational health and systems to build community and connection as well as to flourish.

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About the Presenter:

Dr. Bethell is a Professor at Johns Hopkins University in the Bloomberg School of Public Health. Her research, education and advocacy work focuses on translation of the science of child development and human potential. She has been featured on National Public Radio, provided testimony to the U.S. Congress, has published dozens of peer-reviewed studies and has led national efforts that promote relational health as the cornerstone of well-being for children, families and communities.

The New Science of Thriving

Community Partners

Empowered Teens Coalition
Jefferson County Public Health
Peninsula Early Childhood Coalition
Port Angeles Education Foundation
Healthy Youth Coalition
Washington Health Care Authority

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