Are you preparing for a case competition? Honing your pitch? Presenting at a conference? Are you nervous speaking up in meetings or classes?
If you want to learn specific skills and feel more in command of the stage when you tell your story, join this class to experience the ultimate confidence boost!
In this class we use mindfulness, improvisation, storytelling, science and connection to help you ditch that imposter syndrome and captivate your audience. Group classes and 1:1 coaching available.
Partnering organizations and collaborators are applying a contemporary understanding of neurobiology and trauma to address the significant factors threatening the well-being of everyone with the school system.
The Center for Innovation in Child Maltreatment Policy, Research, and Training assembles an extraordinary group of researchers and experts from multiple disciplines and across major research universities and organizations who are dedicated to solving the problem of child maltreatment. Together we will advance transdisciplinary science and creative dissemination and training approaches to prevent child maltreatment and promote healthy development for victims of abuse and neglect.
Dr. Weaver, Professor of Behavioral Science, applies communication sciences, analytics and public health principles to promote positive parenting of young children and adolescents. Whether encouraging nurturing relationships between caregivers and kids or working with institutions and health care systems to adopt effective programs, she advances strength-based messages that are easy to understand and are highly relevant to diverse audiences. Her research has been funded by the National Institutes of Health, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Missouri Foundation for Health and other granting agencies and has led to the widespread dissemination of many efficacious programs. Weaver frequently consults with health care systems, providers and non-profit agencies to design and evaluate population health initiatives and prevention approaches.