Features different NCTSN members serving unaccompanied immigrant youth and other forms of migration related separation.
Outlines the use of language as a door to healing from trauma for many immigrant families. This Spotlight on Culture discusses trauma and culture, and the barrier that language may have on access to quality care.
Addresses the mental health needs of immigrant minors during their resettlement process and integration into American schools.
Offers information on the delivery of trauma-informed services to immigrant children who cross the border into the United States unaccompanied by parents or protective adults.
Discusses important topics for providers relevant for working with refugee and immigrant caregivers, with the goal of enhancing mental health providers’ and family therapy practitioners’ ability to effectively engage, serve, and support refugee an
DIscusses the intersection of complex trauma, development, and culture creates a foundation for effective case planning, treatment, and intervention.
Identifies existing NCTSN resources related to traumatic separation, refugee and immigrant trauma, and best practices in trauma-informed care for refugee and immigrant children and families.
Is a conversation with NCTSN members serving unaccompanied immigrant youth and other forms of migration related separation features Susan Lovett, LCSW, and Dorys Lemus, a former unaccompanied child, from the Alliance for Inclusion and Prevention (
Offers parents and caregivers information about traumatic separation, including what traumatic experiences are, how children react to trauma, and ways to heal.
Ofrece a los padres y cuidadores información sobre la separación traumática, incluyendo qué son las experiencias traumáticas, cómo reaccionan los niños al trauma y formas de sanar.