Webinar banner
Learning to Listen Webinar Series
T. Berry Brazelton, MD (1918 – 2018) foresaw the many new challenges facing families today, including the interference of social media and digital technology with family relationships and child development, and their polarizing effects on public debate. Brazelton was a master of the kind of observation and listening so desperately needed today, and helped generations of parents and professionals around the world to learn to listen to babies, children and to each other.

Join us for the Learning to Listen webinar series, as we celebrate Dr. Brazelton's enduring legacy by learning from other masterful communicators about what children and parents have taught them through the power of listening.
You can choose to attend one or more of following webinars.

Time shows in
Webinar logo
* Required information
Loading

Speakers

Alicia Lieberman, PhD
Alicia F. Lieberman, Ph.D., is the Irving B. Harris Endowed Chair in Infant Mental Health, Professor and Vice Chair for Faculty Development at UCSF Department of Psychiatry, and director of the Child Trauma Research Program at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital. She directs the Early Trauma Treatment Network, a center of SAMHSA National Child Traumatic Stress Network. She is the senior developer of Child-Parent Psychotherapy, an evidence-based treatment for traumatized children aged birth-five broadly used nationally and internationally as an evidence-based treatment for traumatized young children and their parents or caregivers. Her research involves treatment outcome studies with traumatized young children from low-income and under-represented minority groups. She is the author of The Emotional Life of the Toddler, described as “groundbreaking” and translated to numerous languages.
JunLei Li, PhD
Junlei Li is the Saul Zaentz senior lecturer in early childhood education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Junlei focuses his research and practice on understanding and supporting the work of helpers–those who serve children and families on the frontlines of education and social services. is the Saul Zaentz senior lecturer in early childhood education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. While Co-Director of the Fred Rogers Center at Saint Vincent College, where he also served as the Rita M. McGinley Professor for Early Learning and Children's Media, he developed the "Simple Interactions" approach to help identify what ordinary people do extraordinarily well with children in everyday moments and made that the basis for promoting positive system change. Li's work is significantly influenced and inspired by the pioneering work of Fred Rogers (creator of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood).
Kathryn Hirsh-Pasek, PhD
Kathy Hirsh-Pasek is the Stanley and Debra Lefkowitz Faculty Fellow in the Department of Psychology at Temple University and a Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution. Her research examines the development of early language and literacy as well as the role of play in learning. With her long-term collaborator, Roberta Golinkoff, she is author of 14 books and hundreds of publications and a fellow of the Cognitive Science Society. She is the recipient of the AERA Outstanding Public Communication for Education Research Award, the American Psychological Association’s Bronfenbrenner Award, the American Psychological Association’s Award for Distinguished Service to Psychological Science, the Association for Psychological Science James McKeen Cattell Award, the Society for Research in Child Development, Distinguished Scientific Contributions to Child Development Award and the APA Distinguished Lecturer Award.