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Monday, March 04, 2013

Podcast: Tips for Helping Children and Youth Cope in the Aftermath of Disasters

Podcast: Tips for Helping Children and Youth Cope in the Aftermath of Disasters
Discover how children in different age groups react to trauma and learn the best ways to support their recovery.
Children and youth affected by natural and human-caused disasters react differently depending on their stage of development. Learn how to identify common reactions of children and youth to disaster and trauma, and discover helpful approaches, including modeling, to support a child's immediate and long-term recovery. Hear how other communities that experienced traumatic events, such as the shooting incident at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech), implemented coping strategies to promote resilience.
Presenters:
  • Robin Gurwitch, Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist, Center for Family Health, Duke University Medical Center
  • Russell T. Jones, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology and Clinical Psychologist, Virginia Tech
Questions? Please contact Julie Liu at 240-276-2424 or by email at julie.liu@samhsa.hhs.gov.

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