Session 7: Taylor-Young – Critical Conversations: Talking with Children and Families About Race

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18th Annual Yale Pediatric Update - Session 7

Critical Conversations: Talking with Children and Families About Race

FACULTY

Laine Taylor, DO MBA

Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist

Medical Director
The Village for Families and Children

 

 

 


Yvette Young, LPC

Associate Vice President of Programs and Advocacy
The Village for Families & Children

LEARNING OBJECTIVES 

  • Recognize racism as a social determinant of health
  • Describe the mental health impact and behavioral manifestations of racism in children
  • Discuss ways to support children and families affected by interpersonal and structural racism.

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7) Laine Taylor, DO, MBA and Yvette Young, LPA | Critical Conversations: Talking with Children and Families About Race

Objectives:
1) Describe the mental health impact and behavioral manifestations of racism in children
2) Discuss ways to support children and families affected by interpersonal and structural racism.
5 (outstanding)4 (excellent)3 (very good)2 (average)1 (below average)
5 (outstanding)4 (excellent)3 (very good)2 (average)1 (below average)