Offers parents and caregivers a way to talk with their children about earthquakes. This children’s book describes some of Trinka's and Sam’s reactions to an earthquake, talks about how their parents help them express their feelings and feel safer.
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Offers parents and caregivers a way to talk with their children about earthquakes. This children’s book describes some of Trinka's and Sam’s reactions to an earthquake and talks about how their parents help them express their feelings and feel safer.
Screens children ages 0-5 for risk factors associated with traumatic stress.
Provides information on how parents can help their young children cope with the aftermath of an earthquake. This is the Japanese version 災害のあとに幼い子どもの心を癒す援助
Provides information on how trauma from domestic violence impacts children, and how best to serve these children's needs.
Widens the trauma-informed care lens by focusing on familial responses to trauma.
Aims to improve services for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning youth in residential treatment.
Reviews best practices for engaging children and families in mental health treatment.
Helps parents and caregivers understand children's reactions to injuries, and advises them on how they can help children respond in healthy ways.
Offers treatment providers and agency administrators information about how to partner with youth and families at each level of their organization.
Documents the results of a project that engaged African refugee youth, community members, and service providers.
Offers best practice recommendations and clinical guidelines for working with children and families who have experienced serious illness or injury.