Welcome to the Program on Stress and Family Resilience

The Program on Stress and Family Resilience offers a platform for interdisciplinary research partnerships on caregiving, health, and wellbeing. Projects are undertaken in conjunction with the Reproductive Ecology Laboratory (YREL) within Anthropology and the Program on Conflict, Resilience, and Health (CRH) within the MacMillan Center at Yale.




This powerpoint was presented at the Early Childhood Peace Consortium conference in November 2018. Find the ECPC website here.


Yale University – Dr. Catherine Panter-Brick, received a grant from R2HC (Research for Health in Humanitarian Crises) to evaluate the effectiveness of an intervention delivered by Mercy Corps to Syrian refugee youth.  This project provides a ‘proof-of-concept’ toolkit to support academic and humanitarian actors to make informed choices regarding innovative methods for project evaluation. More information can be found here.


Yale University – Drs. James Leckman, Catherine Panter-Brick and Rima Salah have produced an edited volume: Pathways to Peace: The Transformative Power of Children and Families. You can learn more about this here and here.