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Lakeside offers trauma-informed education online

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Ways to steer away from behavior issues

by Jane M. Von Bergen

Parents learn to use positive methods

The PriCARE program, through Children’s Hospital, helps families avert behavior problems and lessen stress.

by Jane M. Von Bergen

Study: Depression varies among racial groups

The researchers fear that black children, in particular, are under-diagnosed and don’t receive the help they need.

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At Moffet, adults learn about brains

Their development, that is. Childhood trauma was another topic in a workshop for parents and staff.

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Teachers strategize to avoid burnout

They are on the front lines of supporting students through trauma, but they also need to take care of themselves.

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Teacher ed, with trauma in mind

Universities such as Temple, Drexel, and Penn are adding more information about social and emotional learning to their curricula.

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Chill-out rooms, trauma training, and more

As community schools gear up, coordinators build their contact networks. One focus is on sustainability.

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The quest to help traumatized children learn

Philadelphia is working hard to become a trauma-informed school district, but helping teachers acquire the needed skills and mindset is costly and complex.

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Parenting from inside prison walls

Communication is the key to keeping this family with an incarcerated father connected.

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