Resources for talking to children about race and racism

ITR supports caregivers, practitioners, and those who interact with children in a variety of settings in order to support children’s mental health and wellbeing. As part of the renewed national dialogue on racial justice, historical trauma, and community violence sparked by the killing of George Floyd in ITR’s home… Read More

COVID-19 Resources for Children’s Mental Health

ITR supports children’s mental health across the full “translational spectrum” — from supporting basic research, to developing and testing prevention interventions, to supporting widespread implementation of evidence-based practices. The COVID-19 pandemic poses unique challenges for children, families, and those that serve them. Below are some high-quality resources from our… Read More

Announcing colloquium and workshop on cutting-edge quantitative methods for intervention science

We are excited to host Dr. Bethany Bray, an expert on innovative research processes for intervention science, as part of our 2019-2020 colloquium series on Thursday, Nov. 21. The following day she will also give a free, day-long workshop on Latent Class Analysis. Dr. Bray is Associate Director for Scientific… Read More