Please consider downloading the latest version of Internet Explorer
to experience this site as intended.

Tag: Mt. Hope Family Center

Children in crisis focus of annual Anthony/Stanton Conversations

Children in crisis focus of annual Anthony/Stanton Conversations

October 14, 2014

Sheree Toth, the executive director of the Mt. Hope Family Center and professor of clinical psychology, will deliver this year’s keynote speech at this year’s annual Stanton/Anthony Conversations, which will focus on the mental wellness of children.

Continue Reading

Not your average run

Not your average run

April 10, 2014

As a graduating senior, eating a Garbage Plate at the original Nick Tahou’s was high on Alayna Callanan’s bucket list. How better to do it than by participating in Sigma Phi Epsilon’s 11th annual Nick Tahou’s Run?

Continue Reading

Depression Therapy Effective for Poor, Minority Moms

Depression Therapy Effective for Poor, Minority Moms

November 8, 2013

The study tested the effectiveness of interpersonal psychotherapy, a short-term depression treatment that has worked with more advantaged populations. The comparison was clear: home-based, interpersonal psychotherapy lifted depression much more effectively than standard care.

Continue Reading

EVENT: Moms Ready to Build Healthy Children

July 30, 2013

Building Healthy Children is an innovative community collaboration addressing the needs of low-income, high-risk young mothers and their children.

Continue Reading

Toth Honored for Research on Child Abuse

Toth Honored for Research on Child Abuse

July 5, 2013

Toth has helped Mt. Hope Family Center achieve national recognition in the treatment of childhood trauma, maternal depression, and attachment disorders.

Continue Reading

$1M Awarded to Mt. Hope Family Center Founder

$1M Awarded to Mt. Hope Family Center Founder

November 15, 2012

Cicchetti is widely recognized for his research with high-risk and disenfranchised populations, including children from families struggling with abuse and depression.

Continue Reading