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Episode 2: Responding to Childhood Abuse and Neglect: What’s Race Got To Do With It?

Promoting Resilience

Release Date: 07/29/2020

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This podcast will focus on the role of race in child welfare, reporting, investigating, and responding. Host, Dr. Catherine Cerulli, a professor of Psychiatry at the University of Rochester, is joined by guest, Dr. Natalie A. Cort to explore the intersection and complex relationship between race and the crisis of child abuse and neglect. Dr. Cort is a Clinical Psychologist who educates future mental health clinicians and seeks to end implicit biases sometimes held by social service providers and clinicians.

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This podcast will focus on the role of race in child welfare, reporting, investigating, and responding. Host, Dr. Catherine Cerulli, a professor of Psychiatry at the University of Rochester, is joined by guest, Dr. Natalie A. Cort to explore the intersection and complex relationship between race and the crisis of child abuse and neglect. Dr. Cort is a Clinical Psychologist who educates future mental health clinicians and seeks to end implicit biases sometimes held by social service providers and clinicians. Sound engineering and music by Joe Hagen.