Resilience and coping have been hot topics in the recent era of multiple societal and environmental stressors. Teenagers and their families have had to learn to adapt to challenges they’ve never imagined. This has meant learning new and improved strategies for coping with multiple stressors and their impacts on health.
UCSF has been involved in clinical care, education, and research in these fields since well before recent events, and has been actively engaged in elevating supports during challenging times.
In this series, researchers, educators, and clinicians share their experiences as they investigate, develop, and deliver the knowledge base and tools to help the community build the resources to help children and teenagers not only to cope in challenging times, but to thrive.
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