Quarterly Newsletter / Spring 2015

DCRC Spring Newsletter


We hope this Spring brings fresh ideas and a renewed commitment to resilience! 



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Dear DCRC Friends, 

We hope you are having a wonderful, resilience-filled spring.  Below are some important updates for this quarter!


What's New at DCRC? - We have a baby annoucement!  Also, learn more about our DECA-C spanish translation, our new e-commerce site and we have support for you with data analaysis.


Spotlight on What's New - Conscious Discipline & DCRC partner to bring together the best of assessment and strategy solutions.  Two of your favorite resources in one place!


Research Corner - Master Thesis Supports Use of the DECA to Inform Implementation of the Conscious Discipline Program.


An article from one of our own - Have we gone too far with resilience, or not far enough?  This is the intriguing topic of two editorials that appeared in the journal, Social Work Research.


Professional Development Calendar - Check out the workshops and professional development experiences DCRC is offering in upcoming months.


Spotlight on Professional Development - Promoting Adult Resilience AND supports for those in leadership positions who are developing resilient staff.


Contributor Corner - Project Ki'L in Anchorage School District shows us that Promoting Cultural Identity can Build Social-Emotional Skills


Tips For Building Protective Factors In Families With Children Who Have Chronic Illness.  Wonderful and easy to use suggestions that can help children and families coping with illness.




Editor Contact

Rachel Wagner Sperry, DCRC National Newsletter Editor


Contact me with comments/questions or contributions:  rsperry@devereux.org