with Renea Butler-King, faculty professor at the University of Oklahoma Anne and Henry Zarrow School of Social Work. She is a qualitative researcher with research in the areas of cultural context involving African American children, African American boys and executive function, intergenerational transmission of historical trauma and diversity.
In This Episode:
Michael and Lindsey talk with Renea Butler-King about her extensive work with families in various roles, but most recently in her research around school discipline of preschool aged African-American boys. We explore the impact of professional and personal mindsets when attempting to engage families, and what a difference compassion and empathy make!