Support Links for the Boston Tragedy

Home » Uncategorized » Support Links for the Boston Tragedy

Our hearts go out to the families affected by the events in Boston.   During times of trauma, sadness, and grief, it is important to effectively manage our response in a way that will allow us to heal.  The following links contain informative websites from various sources may be of assistance and provide support for the Boston Tragedy:

Trauma in Your Community

Community Violence: Effects of Children and Teens
Describes how neighborhood violence effects young people, and gives resources that can help.

  • Acts of Violence, Terrorism, or War: Triggers for Veterans
    Describes how Veterans may respond to or be triggered by new acts of violence, terrorism, or war. Provides a list of tips to help Veterans cope with such events.
  • Media Coverage of Traumatic Events 
    Learn how media (news, movies, etc.) can affect your stress level or harm children, and read about how to reduce bad effects.
  • Journalists and PTSD
    Journalism is a career that can bring some risk of physical harm and long-term emotional distress. This fact sheet discusses how journalists can be impacted by exposure to traumatic events.

National Child Traumatic Stress Network

http://www.nctsnet.org/trauma-types/terrorism

SAMHSA

http://store.samhsa.gov/shin/content//SMA12-4732/SMA12-4732.pdf

National Association of School Psychologists

http://www.nasponline.org/resources/crisis_safety/terror_general.aspx

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Testimonials

My daughter was diagnosed with an eating disorder and it was very hard on her and our family. I was in denial for some time. Patricia worked with our family and was amazing! My daughter is taking her challenges with food one day at a time. However overall she has a better outlook about her herself and eats a healthy diet.

Read More Testimonials

Pedricktown, NJ 

From Instagram

Solutions for Tomorrow.... Today