Skip Navigation

Resources for Parents


Parent Self-Care

Parenting is undoubtedly a very important but yet oftentimes challenging role.  As you busily try to meet the needs of your family, it is just as important that you take time to take care of you.  Get ready to be intentional about making your well-being a priority!

Self-care for children


We are all confronted at different times with things that make us feel fearful.  Listen to the real life stories of individuals who fought through fearful challenges and learned to be brave amidst inevitable fear.  

Award-winning professor Dacher Keltner discusses the science of compassion, gratitude, mindfulness, and awe and the role they play in us living happier lives.

SEL at Home


Middle/High School

Building Empathy in children through dramatic play!

Building a Growth Mindset


Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion


  • Five Ways to Reduce Racial Bias in Your Children: Research shows that implicit racial biases are present among most children at a very young age, regardless of their race/ethnicity. Learn about some strategies you can use with your children to reduce the impact of such biases! 
  • How Racism Can Affect Child Development: Have you ever wondered how racism impacts the learning, behavior, and lifelong health of children? Check out this user-friendly graphic to see what research has to say about the direct impacts of racism on children of color. 
  • 13 Children's Books With Strong Black Characters: Children’s books are one of the best tools to talk to your children about important issues. Check out this list of books that embrace diversity, equity, and inclusion to begin engaging in these important discussions! 
  • Children's books to support conversations on race, racism, and resistance Check out the following children’s books for more books that will encourage your children to value diversity and learn about empathy. 
  • Tips for Talking with Children About Racism and Social Justice: While it’s not always comfortable talking about race and racism with children, it is extremely important to foster a space where such conversations can occur. Take a look at the following tips to help you begin engaging in these discussions in a productive way.