When disaster strikes (whether natural or man-made), counselors can be a voice of calm and healing. Having a plan in place ahead of time will allow us to be in the right head space to support our students and their families.
- This is a great time to reach out to the larger counseling community for resources and support.
- Sometimes, students will react to tragedies in the news, even if they don’t directly affect your community. It is good to be aware of the mindset of your students whenever there is a major event in the news.
- Wisdom from Mr. Rogers
- Talking to children about disasters
- The Ant Hill Disaster, by Julia Cook
- Child Trauma Toolkit for Educators from The National Child Traumatic Stress Network
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