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Addressing the Tragedy in Newtown

Resources for Addressing The Tragedy in Newtown with Our Students and Children


The following resources have been gathered from various sources. Credit and citations are as complete as possible.

Talking to Children About Violence: Tips for Parents and Teachers
http://www.madison.k12.ct.us/cf_enotify/linkforward.cfm?n=710&u=7753&e=957&dest=http://www.madison.k12.ct.us/uploaded/docs/violence/Talking_to_Children_About_Violence_-_NASP.pdf
National Association of School Psychologists

Helping Young Children Cope With Trauma
http://www.madison.k12.ct.us/cf_enotify/linkforward.cfm?n=710&u=7753&e=957&dest=http://www.madison.k12.ct.us/uploaded/docs/violence/Red_Cross_children_and_trauma.pdf
American Red Cross

Helping Kids During Crisis
http://www.madison.k12.ct.us/cf_enotify/linkforward.cfm?n=710&u=7753&e=957&dest=http://www.schoolcounselor.org/content.asp?contentid=672
American School Counselor Association

Talking to Children about Community Violence
http://www.madison.k12.ct.us/cf_enotify/linkforward.cfm?n=710&u=7753&e=957&dest=http://www.aacap.org/cs/root/resources_for_families/talking_to_children_about_community_violence
American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry

Talking with Kids About News
http://www.madison.k12.ct.us/cf_enotify/linkforward.cfm?n=710&u=7753&e=957&dest=http://www.pbs.org/parents/talkingwithkids/news/
PBS Parents

“Helping Children Cope With Tragedy”
http://www.naesp.org/resources/2/Report_to_Parents/2005/rtp11-05.pdf
NAESP

National Association of School Psychologists’ Website
http://www.nasponline.org