Building on the Strengths and Resilience of Latine Families
This workshop was presented on May 19, 2023
The training will focus on understanding the promotive factors that can mitigate the negative effects of risk and adversity on Latine families and children and provide recommendations for programs and practices to build on Latine families’ strengths.
- Identify promotive factors of Latine children, parents, and families
- Examine program and practice recommendations to build on Latine families’ strengths
Who should attend: All staff of family resource center (FRCs), child abuse prevention councils (CAPCs), and other child- and family-serving organizations.
IMPORTANT TRAINING INFORMATION:
- This is an interactive training. Please be prepared to participate in activities such as group discussion, break out rooms, and/or demonstration. Your training experience will be best with the use of a web cam, audio, and a training environment conducive to active participation.
- This training will be recorded. The recording will be available to registered learners within 2 days of the training.
- By registering for a CalTrin training, you consent to be added to the CalTrin mailing list.
TRAINING MATERIALS & RESOURCES
- Presentation Deck (3 slides/page)
- Presentation Deck (1 slide/page)
- Latinx Families’ Strengths and Resilience Contribute to Their Well-Being
- Research and Resources
- Hispanic Research Center
*Training certificates are only available following live trainings or completion of self-paced courses. A certificate will not be provided for review of these materials.
MEET THE SPEAKER
Natasha J. Cabrera, Ph.D, is Professor of Human Development at the University of Maryland. Dr. Cabrera’s research focuses on father involvement and children’s social and cognitive development; adaptive and maladaptive factors related to parenting and cultural variation in ethnic minority families; and, the mechanisms linking early experiences to children’s school readiness. Dr. Cabrera has published in peer-reviewed journals on policy, methodology, theory and the implications of fathering and mothering behaviors on child development in low-income minority families. She is the co-editor of the Handbook of Father Involvement: Multidisciplinary Perspectives, 2nd Edition (Taylor & Francis, 2013) and Latina/o Child Psychology and Mental Health: Vol 1 and 2 (Praeger, 2011). Dr. Cabrera is an Associate Editor of Child Development and the recipient of the National Council and Family Relations award for Best Research Article regarding men in families in 2009. In 2015, the National Academy of Sciences appointed her to its committee on parents of young children; in 2016, she was a Russell Sage Foundation Visiting Scholar; and, in 2017 she was a DAAD visiting scholar, University of Ruhr, Germany. She is co-PI at the National Center for Research on Hispanic Families and Children co-directing the fatherhood and healthy marriage focus area.
NATASHA CABRERA, PhD
Professor, College of Education,
University of Maryland