Session: Peers and Mentors: Friend or foe? (Society for Social Work and Research 25th Annual Conference - Social Work Science for Social Change)

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179 Peers and Mentors: Friend or foe?

Thursday, January 21, 2021: 5:00 PM-6:00 PM
Cluster: Adolescent and Youth Development
Michelle R. Munson, PhD, New York University
* noted as presenting author
Future Expectations of Adolescents in Care: The Role of Mentoring, Family Engagement and Sense of Belonging
Yafit Sulimani- Aidan, PhD, Tel Aviv University; Talia Meital Schwartz Tayri, PhD, University of California, Berkeley; Yafit Sulimani-Aidan, Ph.D, Rees Centre for Research in Fostering and Education University of Oxford Department of Education
Co-Development of Deviant Peer Affiliation and Externalizing Behavior Problems Among Youth at Risk of Maltreatment
Dalhee Yoon, PhD, Binghamton University-State University of New York; Susan M. Snyder, PhD, Georgia State University; Susan Yoon, PhD, Ohio State University; Kathryn Coxe, MSW, The Ohio State University
Emotional Impact of Relationship Endings for Youth in Formal Mentoring Programs
Thomas E. Keller, PhD, Portland State University; Renee Spencer, EdD, LICSW, Boston University School of Social Work; Martha McCormack, PhD Doctoral Candidate, Portland State University; Miriam Miranda-Diaz, MSW, Portland State University; Meghan Perry, MPA, Portland State University; Alison L. Drew, PhD, Boston University; Hyuny Clark-Shim, MS, Portland State University
How Does Attunement Matter?: Incorporating the Youth Perspective into Our Understanding of Supportive Adult-Youth Relationships
Julia Pryce, PhD, Loyola University, Chicago; Kelsey Deane, Ph.D., University of Auckland; Linda Gilkerson, PhD; Jordana Ash, MSW, Hemera Foundation
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