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Risk & Resilience

Summer Session 2020: July 27-August 18

Description

The goal of this online course is to explore typical development related to healthy children with healthy relationships and to put that in the context of children with risk (i.e., adverse experiences) and children who overcome that risk (i.e., resilient). This understanding is viewed through the lens of neurobiology (e.g., regulation and dysregulation understood through brain functioning). Additionally, working with youth experiencing either adverse trauma or relational poverty is emphasized.

Class Notes

Online students log on daily at anytime to the Chico State Portal Connection at www.csuchico.edu to access course updates from faculty and/or review material.

Class Details

Instructor
Instructor Name (static text): 
Hart, Shelley R
Location

WWW ONLINE

Class Registration Information

Class #
1090
Course
CHLD 321 -
SECT 701
Units
3
Fees
Amount per Unit
  • $302 / unit
Capacity
28/40
Class Meeting Dates

07/27/2020 - 08/18/2020

Days

Times

Registration

Class Fee: $906.00
CHLD 321 - SECT 701

Risk & Resilience

Class: 1090 Units: 3 Fees: $906.00

M-F 07/27/2020 - 08/18/2020

The goal of this online course is to explore typical development related to healthy children with healthy relationships and to put that in the context of children with risk (i.e., adverse experiences) and children who overcome that risk (i.e., resilient). This understanding is viewed through the lens of neurobiology (e.g., regulation and dysregulation understood through brain functioning). Additionally, working with youth experiencing either adverse trauma or relational poverty is emphasized.

Class Notes

The goal of this online course is to explore typical development related to healthy children with healthy relationships and to put that in the context of children with risk (i.e., adverse experiences) and children who overcome that risk (i.e., resilient). This understanding is viewed through the lens of neurobiology (e.g., regulation and dysregulation understood through brain functioning). Additionally, working with youth experiencing either adverse trauma or relational poverty is emphasized.

Instructor
Instructor Name (static text): 
Hart, Shelley R
Location
WWW ONLINE