University of ArizonaNorton School of Family and Consumer Sciences

Pamela Turbeville Speaker Series featuring Dr. Catherine Ayoub

Pamela Turbeville Speaker Series
“Mechanisms of Early Head Start Programming on Parent and Family Characteristics, Parent-child Interaction, and Child Outcomes”
Catherine Ayoub, Ph.D
Friday, February 24th 2011
3:00PM-4:30PM, McClelland Park RM 105
RSVP to Erica Ruegg at ericaruegg@email.arizona.edu, by Friday, February 17, 2012

Catherine Ayoub, Ph.D is a licensed psychologist and nurse practitioner in the Harvard Medical School.Her research and practice interests include the impact of childhood trauma across the life span and the development and implementation of prevention and intervention systems to combat risk and promote resilience. She currently leads the development of a bi effort for Latino Touchpoints as part the Brazelton Touchpoints Center. She directs ongoing research in prevention and intervention systems for young children an playing a central role in the longitudinal evaluation of children and families in Early Head Start, an innovative systems preventive intervention related to depression and parenting within early childhood care systems.



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