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Evening with Tori Cordiano

Special Event for Prospective Parents & Guardians
Wednesday, December 7, 2022 • 7:00-8:00 PM
Lyman Campus
Studies show that resilience—the ability to recover from setbacks and cope effectively with stressmay be as essential to success as talent or intelligence. Join Dr. Tori Cordiano, Director of Research of Laurel School’s Center for Research on Girls (LCRG), as she addresses ways in which parents can use LCRG’s research-based approach to cultivate resilience in children and adolescents.
Learn how Laurel students and families benefit first-hand from LCRG inside and outside of the classroom. Dr. Cordiano will present how parents can use LCRG’s five-part resilience model to:
    • help young people manage stress and embrace challenges.
    • prepare children and adolescents to address obstacles and setbacks in order to succeed.
    • find a healthy balance between a “helicopter” or “hands-off” approach.

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  • Tori Cordiano, Ph.D., Director of Research of Laurel's Center for Research on Girls

    Dr. Tori Cordiano is dedicated to the practical application of empirical research on girls' learning and development and to thinking about new avenues for exploring how girls grow.

    Dr. Cordiano graduated with honors from Case Western Reserve University where she also received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology. She was the recipient of the Brisky Fellowship for her research in the area of children's pretend play and creativity.
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If you have questions about the event, please do not hesitate to contact Laurel School's Admissions Office at 216-464-0946 or admissions@LaurelSchool.org.
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