Join renowned neurodevelopmental psychologist Daniel Goldowitz, Ph.D., from Vancouver, B.C., for a discussion of current, cutting-edge research on toxic stress and its effect on the developing brains of young children.
This event is by invitation only (space limited) and will include local professionals who work with children and families, along with UF academics who develop and teach curricula that affect families. Joining forces and resources, we will begin a conversation about how to transform contemporary research into practices that help all children reach their fullest potential.
A boxed lunch will be served, along with the opportunity to discuss with other professionals/agencies/departments about the implication of neuroscience research on our “communities.”
April 11, 2014
University of Florida Fredric G. Levin College of Law
*Breakout sessions are designed to facilitate discussions about how to incorporate the latest toxic trauma research into systems that educate/train current and future professional who impact children and young adults.
University of Florida Levin College of Law
2500 SW 2nd Avenue, 345 Holland Hall
Gainesville, FL 32611
Parking restrictions have been lifted on April 11th in the Green Lots surrounding the law school. Those lots are located on the east and south side of the law school and there is also some parking along Village Drive. You will not need a decal or parking pass.
We will have signs on the ground level directing you to the elevator that will take you to the 3rd floor of Holland Hall. Registration will be immediately to your right as you exit the elevator. We will have light refreshments for you when you arrive. The program will begin promptly at 8:45 so please arrive early.
If you have any questions regarding this event feel free to call Debbie Kelley at 352-273-0613 or email Kelley@law.ufl.edu.
April 11th from 9 – 11 am
Watch live web cast here.
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