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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.

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Trauma and Mental Health Needs of Immigrant Minors: Part Two

Type: Fact Sheet

Addresses the mental health needs of immigrant minors during their resettlement process and integration into American schools. This is part 2 in a series of the Spotlight on Culture that provides information about the trauma and the mental health needs of immigrant minors.

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When NO is Not Enough: Information on Teen Sexual Assault

Type: Webinar

Discusses sexual assault that occurs within the context of ongoing relationships and those that occur in a one-time interaction (e.g., at a party, among casual acquaintances, friends who are not in an ongoing intimate/romantic relationship).

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Transforming Trauma in LGBTQ Youth

Type: Webinar

Offers concrete strategies and recommendations for providers working with LGBTQ youth who have experienced trauma. This webinar series discusses how to increase access to services, create a safe environment for care, and work with families and schools.

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Complex Trauma: Facts for Educators

Type: Fact Sheet

Helps educators and school staff recognize the signs and symptoms of complex trauma and offers recommendations on how to help students heal.

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PFA-S: Provider Self-Care

Type: Special Resource

Is a handout from Psychological First Aid for Schools (PFA-S) Field Operations Guide. This handouts includes information for providers on stress reactions they may experience when providing support in the immediate aftermath of a crisis and ideas for self-care.

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PFA-S: Provider Worksheet - Survivor Current Needs

Type: Special Resource

Is a handout from Psychological First Aid for Schools (PFA-S) Field Operations Guide. This worksheet helps providers document what survivors need most and can be used to communicate with referral agencies to help promote continuity of care.

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