Ofrece información para entender y enfrentar las reacciones durante una pandemia.
All NCTSN Resources
The following resources on child trauma were developed by the NCTSN. To find a specific topic or resource, enter keywords in the search box, or filter by resource type, trauma type, language, or audience.
Helps parents and caregivers address their children's concerns and worries arising from the COVID-19 pandemic and the disruptions of normal life that we are experiencing.
Provides information on understanding and coping with reactions in a pandemic.
Offers ways to hold a virtual community circle. This fact sheet discusses virtual community circles and reasons to hold them, includes sample virtual circles, and describes how to facilitate a virtual community circle.
Offers tips to therapists who work with LGBTQ youth experiencing self-injury and suicidal ideation. The fact sheet describes challenges that LGBTQ youth face and helpful approaches therapists can take to support the youth they are working with.
Explores ways a juvenile justice professional can improve the impact of their work through family partnering, why family partnership is critical to trauma-informed care, and how partnership can improve a juvenile justice professional’s effectiveness and job satisfaction.
Provides information to parents and caregivers on how to talk to children about a suicide death.
Tells the story of several illustrated characters who are coping with having to say goodbye when the family of a school-age boy, Gabriel, announces that they will need to move and relocate yet again in search for seasonal farm-work. The story highlights the unique stressors young children from mi
Is a self-rating tool that walks users through each of the competencies in Using the Secondary Traumatic Stress Core Competencies in Trauma-Informed Supervision.
Offers guidance on how to talk with children about deportation or separation.
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.