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In Bad Faith: When Clergy Abuse, with Anna Segura-Montagut, Ph.D.
For survivors who were sexually abused as a child by a member of the clergy, what affect does that have on their faith in God and their sense of resilience?
The Limits of ACEs, with Dr. Ernestine Briggs-King and Dr. Jonathan Purtle
Decades after the original Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) study, does this tool tell the complete story?
Shola Richards on the Heart of a Healthy Workplace
Shola Richards joins us for a conversation about how leaders and staff all have a role to play in creating a healthy, resilient workplace.
Best of the Best: Greater Than the Sum—Multiple Adversities in Children’s Lives, with Dr. Sherry Hamby
In this rebroadcast of a popular episode, adversity and even violence are common in children’s lives. So how do we help kids thrive?
Best of the Best: The Hidden Cost of Resilience, with Ernestine Briggs-King, Ph.D.
In this rebroadcast of a popular episode, resilience is good, but research shows all may not be well with kids who look like they’re doing just fine.
Mending the Tears of Violence, with Dr. Sherry Hamby
Adversity and even violence are common in children’s lives. So how do we help kids thrive?
The Hidden Cost of Resilience, with Dr. Ernestine Briggs-King
The ability to bounce back from trauma is a good thing, but research is uncovering signs that all may not be well with kids who look like they’re doing just
Housing Instability and Child Welfare, with Maya Brennan
The Urban Institute’s Maya Brennan joins us to examine the out-size impact that housing instability has on family well-being.