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Diana Divecha, PhD

Developmental Psychologist; Assistant Clinical Professor at the Yale Child Study Center and the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence, Yale University; Advisory Member, Greater Good Science Center, University of California, Berkeley; Councilor, Futures Without Violence and National Partnership for Women and Families; Author, "What Can Parents Do About Bullying?" (2019, Greater Good Science Center), "What Are the Best Ways to Prevent Bullying in Schools?" (2019, Greater Good Science Center); Co-Author, "How to Regulate Your Stir-Crazy Emotions" (2020, Medium), "Sorry There’s No Easy Toolkit for Social-Emotional Learning" (2020, Education Week), and "Rethinking School-Based Bullying Prevention Through the Lens of Social and Emotional Learning: a Bioecological Perspective" (2019, International Journal of Bullying Prevention)

Events

Teaching Behaved Brains

The Fairmont Hotel, San Francisco, CA or Virtually via Zoom  February 17-19, 2023

Bullied Brains, SEL & School Climate

Bullying Prevention Through the Lens of Social and Emotional Learning: From Biology to Policy