SSET is an evidence-based intervention focused on managing the distress that results from exposure to trauma. It is designed to be implemented by teachers or school counselors with groups of 8-10 students.
Provides background on the issues of trauma among homeless children, including what homelessness looks like in America, the interplay between trauma and homelessness, how programs and services help families exposed to trauma, and providing trauma-specific services.
Provides prosecution attorneys with knowledge about a trauma-informed approach to prosecution.
Provides background statistics on trauma and substance abuse, describes the risk factor interactions between trauma and substance abuse, and outlines challenges to care and possible solutions.
Describes the psychological and behavioral impact of trauma on preschool children.
Details the importance of a trauma assessment when families have experienced a trauma and guides clinicians in the assessment process.
Provides an overview of complex trauma in children and adolescents.
Proporciona a los maestros datos sobre el impacto del trauma en los estudiantes.
Explores policy challenges and lessons learned in promoting and supporting trauma-informed schools.