Offers guidance on how to talk with children about deportation or separation.
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Introduces key factors that juvenile court judges should consider in order to take a trauma-informed approach when newcomer immigrant youth come before them in juvenile justice cases.
Walks professionals through the process of forming a board and highlights the common decisions groups have to make while outlining the options at each juncture. This guide helps to demystify the process and allows professionals to think about the bigger strategic decisions that will form the bedr
Provides information on how to talk to children about hate crimes.
Offers information on suicide, self-harm, and substance abuse prevention and treatment. This website promotes treatments that reduce the risk of serious health and behavioral health problems in youth.
Is designed to mitigate secondary trauma symptoms experienced by child welfare staff, and secondary trauma’s impact on unit and agency functioning.
Offers training on the various components of Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
Offers parents and caregivers a way to talk with their children about hurricanes. This children’s book describes some of Trinka's and Sam’s reactions to a hurricane, talks about how their parents help them express their feelings and feel safer.
Helps young children and their families talk about feelings and worries they may have after experiencing a large-scale fire, like a wildfire. This children's book describes some of Trinka's and Sam's reactions and talks about how their parents help them to express their feelings and feel safer.
Ayuda a los niños pequeños y a sus familias a hablar sobre los sentimientos y las preocupaciones que puedan tener después de vivenciar un incendio a gran escala, como un incendio forestal.
Outlines the top ten things mental health professionals working in schools after a disaster should be doing.