Open Classroom | What's Happening in the Teenage Brain and Why does it Matter? | Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis
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Open Classroom | What's Happening in the Teenage Brain and Why does it Matter?

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Presented by:
Lorien Carter, MSW
Associate Professor of Practice, Brown School

This presentation will provide an overview of adolescent brain development within the context of other domains of adolescent development. It will provide insights into how brain development impacts adolescent decision-making. The impact of trauma on the developing brain will also be discussed, along with strategies that professionals and supportive adults can use to promote resilience and healthy development for young people.