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CCFW Program Brings Evidence-Based Prevention Program to UW Community

Be REAL (Resilient Attitudes & Living), developed by the UW Center for Child and Family Well-being, is an evidence-based prevention program that promotes the well-being and resilience of youth and college students. In six weekly sessions, 90 minutes each, participants engage in interactive discussions, guided contemplative practices, and small group activities that emphasize strategies to manage stress, build emotional awareness and emotional regulation skills, cultivate self-compassion, and strengthen skills to navigate life challenges.

Live from Kane Hall, it's the Edwards Lectures!

Photo of large lecture hall filled with people

After a two year hiatus, on April 27 and May 4, hundreds of attendees gathered in Kane Hall for the 15th Annual Allen L. Edwards Psychology Lectures. Read more...

 

Department Recognition

High fives all around to our stellar faculty, staff and students. To learn about their accomplishments, click here.

 

 

From the Archives

Tucked away in a file cabinet, we found an impressive collection of photos from the Department's history--some as far back as the 1920s!