Benefits & Potential Challenges to Trauma-Informed Approaches

Sep 24, 2018, 16:58 PM by Dylan Lancaster

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Please join Galveston's "Adverse Childhood and Community Experiences Collaborative" (ACEs Collaborative) for a special lecture by Sheri Madigan on Tuesday, September 25th in Rosenberg Library's Fox Room.

  • 9:30 am - Registration 
  • 10 am - Dr. Madigan & audience questions
  • 11:10 am - Short video and discussion
  • 11:30 am - Conclusion

This event is sponsored by UTMB's Behavioral Health & Research Department, Ob/Gyn.

Register HERE

Dr. Madigan holds a Canada Research Chair in Determinants of Child Development. She is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Calgary, a member of the Owerko Centre at the Alberta Children’s Hospital Research Institute and an Associate Member of the Mathison Centre for Mental Health Research and Education.

Dr. Madigan's research seeks to isolate central determinants of child and youth development. She is primarily focused on understanding how social stressors and adversities can influence child social, emotional, and cognitive development. She is also interested in understanding why some mothers, children, and youth show resilience to these stressors and adversities while others remain vulnerable. Her research uses a variety of methods (e.g., observational assessments, survey data, structured interviews) and capitalizes on multiple statistical methods as a function of the question under consideration (e.g., meta-analyses, mediation and moderation, trajectory analyses, multilevel models, path analyses, and individual participant data reviews).

Research emerging from the Determinants of Child Development lab (see www.madiganlab.com) has been published in the top journals in Psychology, Psychiatry, Pediatrics, and Social Work including JAMA Pediatrics, Psychological Bulletin, Pediatrics, Journal of Adolescent Health, Journal of Child Psychology and PsychiatryChild DevelopmentDevelopmental PsychologyDevelopment & Psychopathology, and Child Abuse and Neglect. Our work has been widely covered in the media, including The New York Times, Time Magazine, Harper’s Index, CNN, CBC, and Today’s Parent, as well as ABC’s Good Morning America, CTV and Global news. Determinants of Child Development lab members are passionate about disseminating research to those interacting with children and youth, and regularly give presentations to parents, caregivers, educators, and health practitioners on central determinants of child and youth development. Dr. Madigan is also the child development expert for CTV Morning Live Calgary, providing monthly segments on topics related to parenting and child development.