Presents techniques to use when interviewing children who may have been physically or sexually abused.
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Helps mental health care providers, working in the Mexico-US border region, understand the diverse cultural, socioeconomic, environmental, and political factors that daily impact the lives of their clients/patients.
Outlines the impact of trauma on children's development, beliefs, and behaviors.
Describes the Child Development Community Policy Program.
Provides information necessary to assess and treat PTSD in preschool children, school-aged children, and youth following a disaster. This webinar discuss developmental issues, parental issues, assessment, and treatment.
Addresses the relevance of traumatic stress for healthcare providers and discusses the prevalence, impact, risk factors, and mechanisms of pediatric medical trauma.
Discusses the need for mental health professionals to work in collaboration with judges to create a trauma-informed program to help young children in the court.
Describes the purpose and design of the TARGET model of trauma-focused treatment.
Provides a foundation for understanding children in disasters. This webinar discusses evaluation and treatment services for traumatized children, school support services, PFA in unusual situations, resilience, and vicarious trauma.
Defines the elements of a trauma-informed child welfare system.
Outlines the history of shootings and violence in US schools.
Provides an introduction to the history and importance of child and family disaster mental health. This webinar discusses the importance of how and where disaster services are provided.