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Children and Trauma



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Children and Trauma

Run time: 20:34, in 4 parts
Production date: 1991

Children and TraumaInformation on the impact of trauma on children and schools, normal and prolonged stress responses, assessment considerations, and intervention models.

Title of Section Run Time Windows Media Transcript - pdf
Introduction (5:42) Video (8 MB) Part 1
Children and Trauma (4:59) Video (7MB) Part 2
Teachers Role (4:19) Video (6 MB) Part 3
Art Therapy (5:34) Video (8 MB) Part 4

Co-produced by: Peter J. Spofford, Mental Health Services, Santa Cruz, CA
Bruce Hiley-Young, National Center for PTSD
Diane Myers, RN, MSN, Disaster consultant
Nancy Fernandez, MSW, MPH, Mental Health Services, Oakland, CA.

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