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Webinars

The NCTSN has produced dozens of webinar series, comprised of virtual presentations by expert researchers and practitioners, on various topics in the field of child traumatic stress. Most webinars are from 60 to 90 minutes in length and are available for continuing education credit.

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Holidays, Celebrations and Traumatically Bereaved Children

Type: Webinar

Discusses the ways holidays and other personally meaningful dates can serve as trauma and grief reminders. This webinar points out how culture can dictate children's reactions to reminders and stresses the importance of therapists understanding their clients' culture.

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Trauma, Spirituality, and Provider Care

Type: Webinar

Discusses the distinction between spirituality and religion, as well as the consequences trauma has on spirituality. This webinar addresses the signs and symptoms of a moral injury and the importance of self-care for mental health providers.

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Schools and Grief: Helping Students Cope with Death

Type: Webinar

Focuses on childhood grief in the school setting. This webinar discusses key points about children's grief response, including physical and behavioral responses, the impact of developmental level on the grief response, impact of culture on grief, and how CTG differs from grief.

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Disaster and Media

Type: Webinar

Provides an overview on how mental health professionals can work with journalists. This webinar discusses three challenges facing journalists covering disasters and terrorism and presents ways mental health professionals can collaborate with the news media.

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