MARY FUNNYE GOLDSON LECTURE: Early Adversity and Prevention Science: Promoting Positive Outcomes in Children and Families from High-Risk Environments
HOSTED BY THE OFFICE OF THE DEAN | ONLINE ONLY (VIA ZOOM) | 1.5 CE HOURS (NO FEE)
Mary Funnyé Goldson Lecture
BRENDA JONES HARDEN
Alison Richman Professor for Children and Families
University of Maryland School of Social Work
About the Event
Early adversity can have a serious impact on children’s development, with lifelong consequences. In the 2021 Goldson Lecture, Dr. Brenda Jones Harden (bio) , Alison Richman Professor for Children and Families at the University of Maryland School of Social Work, will share her work on the impact of adversity on young children, particularly maltreated children, and will explore racial disparities in the outcomes of children experiencing early adversity. As a scientist-practitioner, Dr. Jones Harden has focused on the developmental needs of children who have been maltreated or have experienced other forms of trauma, with an interest in using this research to inform policy and practice, with respect to preventative interventions.
About the Lecture Series
Established in honor of Mary Funnyé Goldson, a beloved member of Columbia School of Social Work’s faculty, this annual lecture aims to expand the knowledge and strengthen the social work practice of family and child support professionals.