The need to make sense of children’s emotional, learning, and behavioural problems is critical given increasing rates of mental health issues, acts of aggression, and violence as well as escalating medication usage (legal and illegal). We cannot solve a problem we do not understand and an interdisciplinary lens is imperative in piecing together the puzzle. Taking an integrated perspective based on the latest research from the fields of developmental psychology, neuroscience, and attachment science will allow us to better address the roots of childhood “stuckness” instead of battling symptoms.
- Professor Airini gives the fifth talk in a special Green College lecture series on Ideas of the University in the Early 21st Century.
- Erín Moure’s residency at Green College between January and April of 2015 will be supported by a $12,000 grant from the Canada Council for the Arts.
- February 03, 2015Don Hannah's one-woman show was performed at Green College in 2011 and received the Carol Bolt Award from the Playwrights Guild of Canada. The show begins a limited run next month in Halifax.
- January 29, 2015Applications are currently being accepted for one influential scholar, activist, artist, leader or practitioner for a 4-month residence