Offers child-serving professionals information about secondary traumatic stress (STS).
The following resources on Secondary Traumatic Stress were developed by the NCTSN.
Proporciona información sobre la estrategia específica de autocuidado de Pause-Reset-Nourish (Pausa-Reajuste-Nutrir, PRN, por sus siglas en inglés).
Is for all child-serving professionals who are exposed to details of traumatic events and/or individuals suffering from post-traumatic distress in the context of their work.
Provides information about the specific self-care strategy of Pause-Reset-Nourish, or PRN.
Brings a raft of stories about our ongoing work to help families and children deal with trauma amid the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Describe como el contexto socio-cultural y las experiencias migratorias pueden impactar las experiencias de EST y propone estrategias específicas para fortalecer los factores protectores para poder prevenir, identificar y abordar el ETS en el ámbito laboral.
Describes how the sociocultural context and the experience of migration may impact the experience of STS and outlines specific strategies to strengthen protective factors to prevent, identify, and address STS in the workplace.
Includes articles that range from how NCTSN leadership and missions are linked with other trauma-focused organizations, such as the International Society for the Study of Traumatic Stress.
Offers providers a list of ideas for self-care strategies to use after a difficult event. This checklist outlines the three basics aspects of self-care including awareness, balance, and connection.
Discusses the importance of quality supervision that organizations can provide to staff members at risk for secondary traumatic stress (STS).
Offers fundamental information about secondary traumatic stress (STS). This fact sheet gives CAC workers guidance on understanding STS, who is impacted, and what CACs can do to address it.
Gives supervisors and administrators in the child welfare system the information on the importance of addressing secondary traumatic stress (STS).