Trauma Conference

2020-07-16T20:08:54+00:00

REGISTER BY MAY 1 TO RECEIVE EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT. Chester Street Foundation brings together clinicians, researchers, and experts on childhood trauma in its inaugural TraumaCONFERENCE. This one-day symposium highlights the epidemic of childhood trauma, provides a holistic view of working with traumatized children, and equips participants with best practices for helping children on their road to recovery.

Trauma Conference2020-07-16T20:08:54+00:00

Will My Child Bounce Back From the Coronavirus Crisis?

2021-04-15T18:47:07+00:00

By Hannah Sheldon-Dean

With many months of the coronavirus crisis behind us and still more uncertainty and stress ahead, life is tough right now for kids of all ages. Many parents — seeing their children experiencing anxiety, sadness and behavior challenges — are wondering how all of this will affect kids in the […]

Will My Child Bounce Back From the Coronavirus Crisis?2021-04-15T18:47:07+00:00

Trauma in Children During the COVID-19 Pandemic

2020-09-05T18:40:14+00:00

By NYU Langone Health, Patient Care Across the nation, everyone is being exposed to and reacting to the confusing, stressful, and sometimes frightening situation of the 2019 coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in different ways. But are we, and our children, being traumatized by the pandemic?

Childhood trauma often involves a negative reaction, called traumatic […]

Trauma in Children During the COVID-19 Pandemic2020-09-05T18:40:14+00:00

The lasting impact of neglect

2020-05-06T14:54:08+00:00

By Kirsten Weir The first time Nathan Fox, PhD, stepped into a Romanian orphanage, he was struck by the silence. “The most remarkable thing about the infant room was how quiet it was, probably because the infants had learned that their cries were not responded to,” says Fox, who directs the Child Development […]

The lasting impact of neglect2020-05-06T14:54:08+00:00

Children may act out due to grief or trauma of COVID-19 pandemic, and other lessons from HIV/AIDS

2020-04-30T21:17:55+00:00

By Julie B. Kaplow and Mark W. Kline  No infectious disease since HIV/AIDS in the 1980s has captured the world’s attention in the way COVID-19 has. The HIV/AIDS pandemic is still with us nearly 40 years later. Effective treatment has made HIV/AIDS a manageable medical condition rather than the almost certain death sentence […]

Children may act out due to grief or trauma of COVID-19 pandemic, and other lessons from HIV/AIDS2020-04-30T21:17:55+00:00

Four Ways Teachers Can Show They Care

2019-11-21T14:39:45+00:00

By VICKI ZAKRZEWSKI If I asked you to tell me what you remembered most about your favorite teacher growing up, I bet you wouldn’t say much about the subject matter. Instead, I’d expect you to describe how he or she made you feel as you learned that subject matter—the sense of excitement or […]

Four Ways Teachers Can Show They Care2019-11-21T14:39:45+00:00

School exclusions are on the up – but training teachers in trauma could help

2019-10-31T22:35:15+00:00

By The Conversation

After years of decline, school exclusions are on the rise again, according to official figures for the Department for Education. The Timpson review, carried out by former children’s minister Edward Timpson, also shows that children in care and other “children in need” are disproportionately likely to be excluded. This amplifies […]

School exclusions are on the up – but training teachers in trauma could help2019-10-31T22:35:15+00:00

10 Things About Childhood Trauma Every Teacher Needs to Know

2019-10-07T23:55:14+00:00

By Starr Commonwealth With grief, sadness is obvious. With trauma, the symptoms can go largely unrecognized because it shows up looking like other problems: frustration; acting out; difficulty concentrating, following directions, or working in a group. Often students are misdiagnosed with anxiety, behavior disorders, or attention disorders rather than understood to have trauma […]

10 Things About Childhood Trauma Every Teacher Needs to Know2019-10-07T23:55:14+00:00
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