The ongoing psychosocial needs of children following a community trauma

Episode 3 March 25, 2019 00:20:07
The ongoing psychosocial needs of children following a community trauma
Emerging Minds Podcast
The ongoing psychosocial needs of children following a community trauma

Mar 25 2019 | 00:20:07

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Show Notes

In this episode we talk to Michelle Roberts, a psychologist and expert in the areas of child and adolescent trauma, loss and grief, and children's disaster recovery. She has decades of experience as an educator and psychologist supporting school communities, and discusses with us the ongoing psychosocial needs of children following a disaster or community trauma and how schools and families can work together to help prioritise and support children's needs. In this episode you will learn: Further information and resources: Trauma sensitive behaviour management How educators can support children in the short term following a disaster or community trauma Community Trauma Toolkit

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