Clayton R. Cook, PhD

John W. and Nancy E. Peyton Faculty Fellow in Child and Adolescent Wellbeing; Professor and Core Faculty, Institute of Translational Research in Children's Mental Health, Department of Educational Psychology, College of Education and Human Development, University of Minnesota; Affiliate Faculty, School of Mental Health Assessment, Research, and Training Center, University of Washington; Co-Author, “Cultivating Positive Teacher-Student Relationships: Evaluation of the Establish, Maintain, and Restore (EMR) Method” (2019, School Psychology Review), “Stressed Teachers Don't Make Good Implementers” (2018, School Mental Health), and “Positive Greetings at the Door: Evaluation of a Low-Cost, High Yield Proactive Classroom Management Strategy” (2018, Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions)


Educating Anxious Brains

The Fairmont Hotel and the Masonic Auditorium, San Francisco, CA  February 14-16, 2020

Relationships & Teaching

Cultivating Teacher-Student Relationships to Promote a Sense of Belong-ing and Engagement as Critical to Enable School Success

Teacher Stress & Wellbeing

Promoting Teachers' Stress Reduction, Emotional Wellbeing, and Positive Social Interactions Through Resilience