Todd I. Herrenkohl
Todd I. Herrenkohl holds a Ph.D. degree. He serves as an Associate Professor of social work at the University of Washington, Seattle, Wash, USA. Herrenkohl’s work focuses on the development and prevention of youth violence, consequences of family violence on children, and resilience in vulnerable youth and families. His funded projects and publications examine various health risk behaviors in children exposed to domestic violence and early childhood abuse; promotive and protective factors that buffer against early risk exposure in children; outcomes of rigorously evaluated prevention programs. Herrenkohl is a Codirector of a newly established Center on Social, Emotional, and Intellectual Learning (CSEIL). The center aims to build and strengthen theory, methods, and applied efforts to advance integrated models of social, emotional, and intellectual learning for children and youth (preK-12). The center is a joint initiative between the University of Washington School of Social Work and the College of Education, and it partners with schools and community organizations to enhance learning opportunities for underserved children and youth.
Biography Updated on 2 September 2012